#Banjir2014 - Donations Needed For Flood Victims in Kuantan & Kemaman

Posted by Nany J. Haron: https://twitter.com/Nany_JHaron

East coast states such as Kelantan, Terengganu dan Pahang are recently hit by flash floods about hundreds injured, houses, crops & livestock damages recorded at high level. Thousands of men, women and children residing in open sky without basic food and health facilities. This is the time to respond quickly to support flood victims in this difficult situation. Food, blankets, clothing & medical supplies needed on urgent basis to save men, women and children affected mostly in the floods.

On behalf of myself in support for Kelab Bangsar Utama (KBU) wish to annouce that KBU is collecting donations for flood victims specifically in Kuantan and Kemaman. A group of 5 people including myself will be voluntering as relief workers and transports are covered. Details mentioned in the picture attached below.

Location to drop off donations is at Kelab Bangsar Utama, 52C, Jalan Kemuja, Bangsar, Kuala Lumpur. Our first location will be in Kuantan and we will depart on the 1st of January 2014 at 8 am then in between, we will visit Kemaman as well. Our stay in the east coast will be from the 1st of January 2014 until the 4th of January 2014.We are welcome everyone to drop off the donations before the 1st January 2014.

Note: specifics medical supplies needed are;
  1. Bandages in assorted sizes
  2. 2-inch steril gauze pads
  3. 4-inch sterile gauze pads
  4. Hypoallergenic adhesive tape
  5. Triangular bandages
  6. 2-inch sterile roller bandages
  7. 3-inch sterile roller bandages
  8. Needle 23G
  9. Moistened tissue
  10. Antiseptic
  11. Assorted sizes of safety pins
  12. Cleansing agent/soap
  13. Latex gloves non sterile
  14. Termometer
  15. 1cc syringes
  16. 5cc syringes
  17. Urine catherer in various sizes
  18. Diabetic food supplement
  19. Normal saline
  20. Non prescription drugs are as follows:
  • Paracetamol tablets and syrup
  • Oral lozanges
  • Tab activated charcoal
  • Oral rehydration salt
  • Oral aid
  • Eye drop saline
  • Tab diclofenec sodium
  • Heat patch
  • Vicks vapor rub
  • Tab Ranitine
  • Tab and syrup magnesium trisilicate
  • Syrup expectorant (cough syrup)
  • Meter dose inhaler salbutamol
Floods

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