Global countries including Myanmar may face various kinds of disasters in all seasons at any time. Disasters can be classified as natural disasters and disasters based on the wrongdoings of humans.
Whatever it may be, both disasters can affect all the global countries. The disasters may bring calamities to the people in severely causing damage along their routes by leaving debris, broken pieces, ashes, losses of property and casualties of humans.
As such, authorities concerned should form the rescue teams so as to be ready to immediately perform rescue works in the emergency areas.
Hence, the rescue teams want to recruit healthy and fit volunteers who are brave and talented in rescuing the victims in various disasters. They should have the capability to consider how to save the people, what kinds of technology can be applied in the process, which may be in trouble and how groups of humans may be dead in the incidents. They must have the sacrifice of life and blood for the people and the State in performing the rescue works with relentless efforts to serve their jobs.
As such, the government and authorities should fulfil the needs of those volunteers to be able to steadfastly focus on rescue works without burdens and worries about their families.
In fact, those who accept themselves as volunteers never focus on self-interest with keenness to serve the victim people. They are active to always think about how they can serve the people and how they can solve the problems of victims. It is the noblest spirit.
Unfortunately, the volunteers from rescue teams had sacrificed their lives and limbs in operations. But they did not move back from the frontline. Their smiles never disappear. It is because those from rescue teams preliminarily face the impacts of disasters apart from victims. However, they are eager to encounter such kinds of impacts in the fields because they are brave and active for all.
Hence, the government and local authorities need to honour the volunteers from the rescue teams. While working in the rescue teams, those volunteers set aside their interests and family issues. Anyone persuade them to join the voluntary teams but those volunteers are always smart in operations without wishing to seek any opportunities. As such, the government and authorities should fulfil the needs of those volunteers to be able to steadfastly focus on rescue works without burdens and worries about their families.