MANOJ SINGH CHAUHAN AND TEAM MEMBERS

Working on :

THE INCREASE OF DEATH CASUALTIES IN ROAD ACCIDENT DUE TO DELAYED TREATMENT AND NOT ABLE TO IDENTIFY THE VICTIM.

FAZLUR REHMAN MOHD NASEEM, JANANI SAPTHARISHI, HIMALI LAXMAN LAMBTURE, ARIJIT GHOSH

WEEK 2

It was a great video to watch. The method of making us understand the idea was was innovative. Great projects were shown to give us motivation and idea. Very informative video.

WEEK 3

Resource Map

PEOPLE AND ORGANISATION

  • Ministry of Road Transport & Highway
  • Global status report on road safety - World Health Organization
  • Road tax office and law enforcement authorities
  • Medical Center,Ambulance services and Local media and newspaper journalists
  • Victim’s family (Those who survived and those who didn’t)
  • USERS AND BENEFICIARIES

    Every common layman who travels by road ,Hospital,Ambulance services,Daily commuter(road),Commercial drivers,Law enforcement agencies.

    BREAKTHROUGHS AND RISKS

    Poor outreach, Poor mode of communication,Traffic,Lack of doctors,Lack of medical instruments,Unable to identify victim

    RESEARCH QUESTIONS

  • How many road accidents are there in India?
  • How many accidents results in the death of the victim?
  • Out of 10 road accident how many calls do you (road authorities) gets the call about?
  • Is there any doctor in the ambulance to provide immediate help?
  • What/How many equipment’s are present in an ambulance for the victim?