While the crisis of corona virus is increasing every day in Bihar, people are also facing problems due to floods. Meanwhile, a woman has given birth to a child in NDRF’s rescue boat. Right now the condition of the newborn and the woman is stable.
A 25-year-old woman gave birth to a baby girl on the rescue boat of the NDRF (National Disaster Response Force) in flood-hit East Champaran district in Bihar. After this, the mother and child were admitted by ambulance to the nearby primary health center, where their condition remains stable.
Actually, the name of the woman resident of Gobari village is Reema Devi. His delivery date was near. However, his area was affected due to floods. After getting information about this woman, 9 battalion NDRF rescue team helped them. This battalion was engaged in search and rescue operations near his village.
The NDRF team handled the situation professionally with the help of an ASHA worker and the family of the woman. The woman was getting too much labor pen. Finally, under the supervision of NDRF rescue team and ASHA worker, the woman was delivered on the rescue boat of NDRF and the woman gave birth to a baby girl. After this, the woman has been admitted to the Primary Health Center, Banjariya.
Please tell that NDRF personnel are trained in Medical First Responder. During professional training, all rescue workers are given training to deal with delivery during emergencies along with other disaster response training. This is the 10th child born on the NDRF boat doing rescue work in flood affected areas since 2013.