First-come-first-served! Only 10 seats left!
Want to prepare yourself for mission? Be prepared to expect the unexpected? You are invited to put yourself to the test. For 3 days and 2 nights, you will be challenged physically and mentally on how to keep yourself going outside your normal comfort zone. Millions of people, in fact the majority of the world population, live without proper water and electricity supply and worry about their next meal every day. So what is 3 days 2 nights when friendship will grow, hardship will be shared and most of all, minds will be strengthened? But if you feel you’re old hats at this, just come for the camaraderie.
16th – 19th August 2018, Thursday to Sunday. Registration at 7:45 pm. on 16th August (Thursday night) at MERCY Malaysia’s Hq. We will heading off to training site after briefing & registration.
Who need to attend this training?
– MERCY Malaysia Volunteer
– Attending induction programs or any other training
– Working volunteer (students is not allowed)
– Open only for 40 participants
Among topics included: Setting-up Base Camp, Radio Communications, Personal Safety and Security, Setting-up of Mobile Clinics, Medical Evacuations (MEDIEVAC), Navigations and Map Orientation using GPS/Compass, Sphere and etc.
RM400 including, refreshment, insurance, & accommodation
For those who are interested to participate please register yourself by click I’m attending before 20th July 2018 , we will make a selection based on our requirement and we will then notify those selected to be the participants.
Should you have any enquiries do not hesitate to contact Ms. Ain at email@example.com or 019-3140769.
Hope to hear from you soon!!!
Keep your volunteerism spirit alive!! Learn the required skills when responding to emergencies during disaster by attending MERCY Malaysia’s Emergency Medical Team Training (EMT). This is an exciting hands-on practical session where you will be challenged both mentally and physically.
Emergency Medical Team is a combination of specialized professionals and pre packed sets of equipment. It works as a mobile field hospital comprising of medical and surgical units which are organized into different modules for rapid deployment.
The purpose of this training is to ensure that MERCY Malaysia’s volunteers are able to fully understand the Emergency Response System throughout emergency situations efficiently and proactively. The training will also lead towards creating a complete set of MERCY volunteer group which is well equipped with emergency response skills and knowledge in theory.
Learning Objectives of our Emergency Medical Team Training
• to identify each volunteers role in responding to emergency situations
• to form Emergency Response team of volunteers
• to equip volunteers the skills and knowledge of emergency management system responds to any both crisis and non-crisis areas
Please find the details below:
Date: 18th – 22nd July 2018 (Wednesday – Sunday)
Time: 8am – 5pm
Venue: To be confirmed
Meal & Accommodation will be provided for 4 days 3 nights
You have to seat for the exam before you attending this training. This test is to prove that you have ready to be part of EMT pool of volunteers with MERCY Malaysia.
Herewith the link for you guys can take an UNDSS test, https://training.dss.un.org/courses/login/index.php its “FREE” and “ONLINE” web-based. Just follow the instruction and wish all of you “GOOD LUCK” with the exam.
We appreciate those who has seat for UNDSS exam, kindly upload your certificate either (Basic or Advance level) into the system for our record purposes.
Also for those who are interested to participate please register yourself by click I’m attending and proceed with the payment before 6thJuly 2018.
Hope to hear positive reply from you and hope to see you guys there!
Feel free to contact me should you have any further inquiries at firstname.lastname@example.org or 0193140769.
Gaza Strip, 16 May 2018 – Massive unrest in the Gaza Strip of Palestine in the last 2 weeks culminated in the worse violence and bloodshed yesterday since the 2014 Gaza War. In immediate response, Malaysian-based humanitarian organisation MERCY Malaysia has stepped up humanitarian aid to render assistance to affected hospitals and communities. According to the Palestinian Health Information Center (PHIC), a department within the Palestinian Ministry of Health (MOH), the total number of casualties stood at 2771, including 225 children and 79 women. The death toll, estimated at 107 is expected to rise, with 133 patients in critical condition. The main cause of injuries was from live ammunition and tear gas, which were targeted at protestors participating in what is termed the ‘Great March of Return’.
Hence, we would like to ask your kind attention and time to have a look at our Press Release and have your prestigious media publish this article. Your kind support to MERCY Malaysia will help us further extend our humanitarian services to those in need. Help us, to help others.