Blood Donation Camps

Blood donation is a major concern to the society as donated blood is lifesaving for individuals who need it. Blood is scarce. There is a shortage to active blood donors to meet the need of increased blood demand. Blood donation as a therapeutic exercise. Globally, approximately 80 million units of blood are donated each year. One of the biggest challenges to blood safety particularly is accessing safe and adequate quantities of blood and blood products. Safe supply of blood and blood components is essential, to enable a wide range of critical care procedures to be carried out in hospitals. Good knowledge about blood donation practices is not transforming in donating blood. Interactive awareness on blood donation should be organized to create awareness and opportunities for blood donation. Blood donation could be therefore recommended that voluntary blood donations as often as possible may be therapeutically beneficial to the donors in terms of thrombotic complications and efficient blood flow mechanisms. This is also a plus for blood donation campaigns.
Human blood is an essential element of human life with no substitute. Voluntary blood donors are the cornerstone of a safe and adequate supply of blood and blood products. The safest blood donors are voluntary, non-remunerated blood donors from low-risk populations. Blood donors in India, as across the globe, are of three types; voluntary donors, replacement donors and professional donors. Most donations are as a result of replacement donations, which are non-remunerated donations, provided by the relatives of patients. Professional donors are those who donate blood in exchange for money. Replacement and professional donors may be compelled to donate blood, though their health conditions are unsuitable to donate blood. They do not help maintaining a stock of blood for emergency situations. Moreover, they do not provide rare blood groups. These points are indicating the need and importance of voluntary blood donations.
In the context of the above and to serve the humanity, HELP Society organized various Blood Donation Camps at various places in Dehradun and Uttarakhand so that the scarcity of the blood may be reduced to some extent and can help the needy ones.

Swachh Bharat Abhiyan

Swachh Bharat Abhiyan is one of the many famous and vital missions in the History of India. This campaign was announced on August 15, 2014, and it was introduced by our honorable Prime Minister, Narendra Modi. It was launched on October 2, 2014, to honor Mahatma Gandhi’s vision of a cleanness. Swachh Bharat Abhiyan was done on a national level and encompassed all the towns and villages. It served as a significant purpose in making people aware of the importance of cleanliness, hygienic, and healthy India.
Swachh Bharat Abhiyan is a targeted mission to build a clean, hygienic, and healthy India with adequate sanitation facilities, which makes more dignity for all Indians. It served as a significant purpose in making people aware of the importance of cleanliness. The premise of Swachh Bharat Abhiyan is to give the necessary sanitation facilities like toilets, solid and liquid waste disposal systems, cleanliness, and safe and adequate drinking water supply to every person. It is also called a clean India Mission or Clean India drive or swachh Bharat campaign.
HELP Society also contributes in the mission and organized various swachhta missions campaigns at various places in Dehradun and Uttarakhand, spreading the awareness and importance of cleanliness. The members and volunteers organizes various ‘Safai Abhiyan’ time to time and also invites others to become a part of this social cause.