‘Rescue’ app for emergency services for people with disabilities

‘Rescue’ app that helps people with disabilities in emergency services

Targeting people with disabilities ‘Save’ The mobile app has been made public. The app was developed by the Incredible Foundation in collaboration with USAID’s Nepal Project.

The rescue app is targeted at the deaf. The app is said to help people with all types of disabilities in emergency services.

The app is designed so that people with hearing loss can report their problems to the police, fire department or ambulance.

While appealing for help from the app, the police will get information about the person who needs help or even the location of the incident, so it is expected to be quick for facilitation.

The rescue app available in the beta version will soon be refined and fully operational, the foundation said.


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