The Royal Thai Army To Set The Field Plumbing In Nepal

2015-05-18 19:26:03 (GMT) (Caymanmama.com - Press Release World News News)

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by Kittima Chanwattanasil

May 18, 2015

 

Bangkok, Thailand - The Royal Thai Army sent the soldiers to help and take care of the earthquake victims in Nepal until 29th of May 2015 and the rescue mission of the Royal Thai soldiers is still ongoing.

In the part of  Royal Thai Army Mitigation Center for Nepal, the Royal Thai Army send the engineers soldier team to set the field plumbing to produce  water in supporting the Military hospital in Kathmandu City. The Royal Thai Army sent an Emergency Medical team to help the earthquake victims in the evacuation centers and other areas that are affected by the earthquake. The Thai Emergency Medical team has coordinated closely with the Multi National Military Coordination Center (MNMCC ) to allocate areas and mission.

The Royal Thai Army Chief Udomdetch Sritaboot ordered the Thai soldiers who’s rescueing in Nepal to report the results of thier rescue mission and the situation assessment to Royal Thai Army. And their report will be the data to adjust or provide additional support as appropriate, according to the Royal Thai Army deputy spokesman Sirichan Ngathong.

 

Colonel Sirichan Ngathong said the part of  Royal Thai Army field plumbing engineer team set up the water manufacturing and distribution at Birendra Military Hospital of Kathmandu City. The water that Royal Thai Army field plumbing engineer team produced containers with 6,000 liters of drinking water per day and 18,000 liters of water per day. These water have been delivered to the patients and the officers in the Military Hospital. And These water are also sent to the Nepalese victims in Kathmandu city.

 

In addition, the field plumber soldier team have organized the demonstration  and trainings of the  water supply production to the officer of Nepal.

The Royal Thai Army Chief  said the Thai Emergency Medical team have helped more than 700 Nepalese victims. And produced the water to the  Nepalese victims for more than 30,000 liters of water.  



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