It was just another day at the Smiley Children Society, a non-profit organization that was dedicated to helping children/women in need. The society had a team of dedicated volunteers who worked tirelessly to improve the lives of children in their community. On that particular day, one of the volunteers was on her way to a nearby school when she spotted a woman lying unconscious on the side of the road. The volunteer Saroja quickly rushed to the woman's side and realized that she was in urgent need of medical attention. Without hesitation, she sprang into action and quickly assessed the situation. She saw that the woman was pale and had shallow breathing, and she knew that time was of the essence.
The volunteer immediately contacted the nearest medical facility and requested an RMP Doctor. She also called for backup from the other volunteers at the Smiley Children Society. They quickly arrived at the scene, armed with bottles of water, glucose, and some food. Working together, the volunteers sprayed water on the woman's face to wake her up and gave her some glucose to help boost her energy. They then carefully lifted her and placed her in the auto. The volunteer who had found her stayed by her side throughout the journey to our near by RMP Clinic, comforting her and making sure that she was getting the medical attention she needed.
At the RMP Clinic, the woman was given a thorough medical check-up and was found to be suffering from dehydration and exhaustion. The doctors quickly started treating her, and within a few hours, she was feeling much better. Our volunteers stayed with her throughout her stay at the hospital, ensuring that she received the best possible care. They provided her with food, water, and anything else she needed to make her comfortable. When she was finally discharged from the RMP Clinic after 3 hours, the volunteers took her to the Smiley Children Society's shelter, where she could rest and recover. The woman, whose name was Shanti,60 years old, and she was amazed by the kindness and generosity of the Smiley Children Society volunteers. She was deeply moved by their selflessness and their commitment to helping those in need. Over the next few hours, Shanti told us the address and where she belongs, but she can’t remember their mobile numbers, so our volunteer in a auto took her to the place and handover her to their family