• Wed. Jul 24th, 2024

Indian Army Commemorates World Blood Donor Day with Multiple Blood Donation Camps

On World Blood Donor Day, the Indian Army showcased its commitment to community welfare and healthcare by organising multiple blood donation camps across various locations of Northeastern states. These camps, held in Manipur, Assam and Tripura, highlights Indiam Army’s dedication to fostering strong ties with local communities and supporting the crucial cause of voluntary blood donation.

In Bishnupur district of Manipur, the Indian Army, in collaboration with Indian Red Cross Society, SHIJA Hospital, Imphal, and District Hospital, Bishnupur, conducted a blood donation camp at District Hospital. The event saw a remarkable turnout, with significant contributions from both the Indian Army personnel and local civilians. Distinguished guests included Deputy Commissioner of Bishnupur, the Chairman of the Bishnupur branch of the Indian Red Cross Society and senior Army officers. The teams from the Indian Army, SHIJA Hospital and the District Medical Superintendent worked in cohesion, ensuring success of the event and reinforced strong community bonds.


Simultaneously, in Lekhapani, Tinsukia District of Assam, the Indian Army organized an awareness lecture and blood donation camp, aligning with this year’s theme, “A Call to Action for Life-Saving Donations.” The event drew participation from school students, teachers and local youth, who were educated about the importance of regular and safe blood donations. With 120 students, teaching staff and 45 youth attending, the camp underscored vital role that voluntary blood donors play in healthcare systems globally.

In Agartala, Army conducted another successful blood donation camp at the Agartala Military Station under the theme “Every Drop of Blood Contributes to Life.” The event witnessed enthusiastic participation from Army personnel, defence employees and volunteers from the nearby areas. More than 100 volunteers donated blood, contributing to the well-being of society. The camp included thorough health screenings for donors and post-donation care, adhering to safety protocols.

These events underscored the Indian Army’s commitment to community engagement and social responsibility. By organizing these blood donation camps, the Army not only contributed to the healthcare needs of the nation but also reinforced the sense of unity and goodwill among the local populations. The Indian Army remains dedicated to continuing such initiatives, further strengthening the bond between the Army and the public and ensuring a stable supply of safe blood for patients in need across the nation.

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