The FIG Unless They have plenty of entertainment and audio visuals to the world. But its cycles will not end: one of these flying vehicles Great potential for health care. this week, UNICEF He acknowledged the consequences of the worldwide expectations.
United Nations (UN) reliance agency Drone to give the vaccine In areas with difficulty. The first beneficiary is a month-old Joy Nova who lives in Vanuatu, Southwestern Pacific.
"A big jump for health"
UNICEF Executive Director Henrietta H. Farah said,This small plane of drone is a big jump"The children in complex adjoining areas are approaching the challenges they face each day and he said:" Drone will be the key. "
Arrival Sanitary drone Vanuatu is the original milestone. This is a country with over 80 mountain regions. This is a very important subject. One of the five children in Vanuatu does not take the time to take basic vaccinations.
Facing this reality, Yunusif transferred his idea to the Ministry of Health of the Republic of Vanuatu. So they gained The first official agreement on how to use drones in this task. This is the first time a government signed a deal with an unmanned airline to transport vaccines and deliver them to distant areas. "
"Rifrejaretes that protect the cold chain in the rivers, mountains, rains, and territories are difficult to bring," said the nurse who had invested the first vaccine provided by Drone.
In addition to an Australian company and UNICEF control, drones carry drugs in the polyester foaming box. Ice and sensors include temperature control. Finally, nurses from the application will get the flying vehicles.
The experience was a success. Drone said he traveled 40 km from Malanjeri. After the drone attack, its mission was completed. 13 children and five pregnancies adopted vaccines.
"Not only Vanuatu's first childbirth vaccination but also a big chance for thousands of children worldwide Vaccines do not have access. It demonstrates how best to prevent the development of the private sector in the development of better and better.