Today, someone like Say Tu Thavat will be injured in a car crash in Vietnam. She will be trapped in the wreckage for hours as local villagers with no rescue expertise or stabilising equipment try to free her using hand-tools better suited to agriculture or carpentry. When they finally succeed, she will be loaded onto the back of a flatbed truck and taken to a hospital that could be hours away. Her chances of survival will be a fraction of what they would have been in a developed nation. Her chances of avoiding permanent injury will be slimmer still.
The World Rescue Organisation exists to make sure people like Say Tu receive the highest standard of emergency care possible, no matter where they are in the world. Not only do we provide a forum for emergency services from developed nations to share best practice, we also provide training and resources for countries whose emergency services need assistance.