ABOUT US

TraumaLink is a volunteer-based emergency response system reducing the number of deaths and injuries on the highways. Our service model utilizes an emergency hotline number and 24/7 call center with local first responders trained in basic trauma first aid, provided with essential medical supplies, and dispatched to crash scenes by SMS messagingLEARN MORE

TRAUMALINK HAS DEVELOPED A SCALABLE AND SUSTAINABLE MODEL TO SAVE LIVES AFTER TRAUMATIC INJURIES. SO FAR WE HAVE:

               828 Volunteers

Responded to over 2300 incidents

Expanded operations to 205 km with a 24/7 call center

Provided emergency first-aid to nearly 4500 injured patients

WHAT WE DO

Injured patients are much more likely to survive if they receive treatment quickly.  Fortunately, within the first hour after injury, simple medical treatments can be highly effective at preventing paralysis and death. This critical window is known as the “Golden Hour” and is the period of time during which TraumaLink First Responders work. LEARN MORE

Recent News

MOU SIGNED WITH DIRECTORATE GENERAL OF HEALTH SERVICES

On 30 January 2020 a Memorandum of Understanding was signed between the Non-Communicable Disease Control (NCDC) program of the Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS) and TraumaLink “to facilitate post-crash care for road traffic injury victims in Bangladesh”. In this capacity, TraumaLink will support the government’s efforts by working in close collaboration with the NCDC Program of DGHS to expand post-crash management more broadly, whereas DGHS will provide necessary technical support to TraumaLink.

 

  

Recent Update

TraumaLink is working with the NCDC-DGHS

TraumaLink is currently working with the NCDC-DGHS under the Ministry of Health & Family Welfare on a project “Development of protocols and training manual for the post-crash response for the victims of road traffic injury in Bangladesh” through the support of the World Health Organization, Bangladesh.

 

  

Important Crash News of July 2022

A severe incident took place at Raipur Bazar, Daudkandi

A passenger bus lost control due to a tire burst and fell into a roadside ditch at 01: 40 pm in Raipur Bazar, Daudkandi, Cumilla on the 28th of July 2022. This caused injury to 25 passengers on the bus. Nur Mohammad, Nayan Chandra Vhowmic, Chandan Vhowmic, and Area Coordinator Md. Hossain immediately reached the spot. Our volunteers provided Emergency First Aid Treatment and sent the injured passengers to the hospital.

Daudkandi Highway Police, Daudkandi Fire Brigade, and the local community were all present at the scene. Then everyone managed and arranged to send injured patients to Daudkandi Health Complex.

We would like to thank our volunteers for their undying efforts, dedication, and courage and for providing the service at the right moment.

MEMBERSHIP SUBSCRIPTION PLAN

TraumaLink’s vision is to save lives by providing free first aid treatment to highway traffic injury victims. If you believe in our cause and want to get involved then subscribe to be “TraumaLink’s  Member”.  TraumaLink has developed a “Membership Subscription Plan” for organizations that is keen to come forward and support us in saving lives. Click here to learn more. 

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