Blood Donation Program Organized Jointly by Nepal Unites and Nepal Red Cross

7 September 2021, 10:10 PM

Addressing a serious shortage of blood donations, Nepal Unites organized a program which attracted celebrity attention as well as 13 pints of donations.

Special guest Bhattarai inaugurates the Blood Donation Program by donating blood.

Special guest Bhattarai inaugurates the Blood Donation Program by donating blood.

Nepal Unites is a URI member group from Kathmandu, Bagmati, Nepal.

On 4th September 2021, the Nepal Unites team hosted a Blood Donation Program on the occasion of the 59th Nepal Red Cross Day. It was organized jointly by Nepal Unites and Nepal Red Cross Society at the National Headquarters in Kalimati, Kathmandu.

Nepali film director Yadav Kumar Bhattarai inaugurated the blood donation program by donating blood. Blood is essential for the treatment and surgery of various diseases, accidents, and childbirth. In order to reduce the shortage of blood to some extent, it is now necessary for everyone to donate blood from their own area.

"Blood is not available anywhere due to lack of blood and since it is made in our human body, it is very important for us to donate blood," Yadav said. Yadav also argued that blood donation is essential to prevent premature loss of life due to lack of blood. Therefore, he says that there will be no effect or weakness from donating blood. According to the organizers, 13 pints of blood were collected in the blood donation program. There were 2 female blood donors and 11 male blood donors in the blood donation program. The organizer had also provided the certificate to all blood donors.

Reported by Mohammad Ayatulla Rahaman

National Director, Nepal Unites

Nepal Unites blood donation
Nepal Unites blood donation