Zane Wilmans, a commando who helped save 150 lives in the 26/11 attacks, will provide disaster management training
TO commemorate the third anniversary of the Mumbai attacks on 26/11, Jamnabai Narsee School, Juhu has invited a commando involved in the 26/11 anti-terror operations and teach students how to deal with emergencies.
The event 'Dare to Care' to be held on November 17 will allow students from Std X, XI, XII to have a discussion with Zane Wilmans, one of the South African commandos who helped save 150 lives during the attack at Taj hotel. The 26/11 hero will share his experience about the day and will also provide the students with helpful tips on surviving a natural calamity.
Sudeshna Chatterji, principal of Jamnabai Narsee School, said, "Understanding the importance of safety management, we have organised this event during which students can interact with Wilmans about safety measures. Through this event, we are encouraging our students to build empathy. Wilmans has agreed to speak about disaster management and threat assessment. We are going to have around 525 students present for the event."
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