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Volunteer students of School of Public Health Research at KUMS, before leaving for Bam.

To assemble a data gathering team, I had to return to Kerman which was about 3 hours drive and stay there for 2 nights. That was a time taking process. But fortunately, Dean of School of Public Health at KUMS had announced for volunteer students and I could train them, and also edit and copy the questionnaires. This is a picture of them.

This was a rewarding experience, which brought up the idea that such team could be formed and trained in advance, in almost all provinces of the country, in order to assist research activities in such situations. These teams can provide necessary just in time information for disaster managers. That is worthwhile, especially when all people are too busy in the earthquake-stricken area!