International Red Cross Day

To help the poor, to care the wounded person, to feed the starving person, to help those who are just alone with a nature of non-selfishness.This is the work that is done by Henry Duma that promote his life in helping others without any selfish kind of nature in their whole life.
Today in the village Hardoi Gujar we celebrate Red Cross Day.Our District Officer Mr. Narendra Shankara Pandey cut the ribbon and started the exhibition for this day.
Medical department help in the checkup of all villages and villagers also cooperate with us in a good manner and then we distribute the tablets to the needy.We help the needy and take care them,We show them there right position their destiny by the help of Red Cross Society.
Teachers Department distribute pen, pencil, eraser, copies and books to the children that they should study well and encourage them to go to school. After all "Padhega India tabhi toh bhadega india"....
Agricultural department also cooperate with us and take part with us.

Medical departament congratulate to the ladies and mother whose children are healthy and disease free and give them a honour for this work by giving Baby kit, Saree, and some healthy things to eat.
The person who gave birth to this Red Cross Day Mr. Henry Duma we tell to the villagers about their nature and works that we should have to follow their Huminality nature and take them as our inspiration.
All the persons CDO, CMO,CMS,Secretary of Red Cross, villagers all make sure their checkup to the four stall of medical-Aleopathy, Homeopathy,Ayurvedic and Union(Unani)...

"""" World Red Cross Red Crescent Day is celebrated on 8 May each year. This date is the anniversary of the birth of Henry Dunant (born 8 May 1828), the founder of International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) and the recipient of the first Nobel Peace Prize.""

Portrait de Mamta Swarnkar D.T.C
from India, il y a 2 années

Project Period

Started On
Monday, May 8, 2017
Ended On
Monday, May 8, 2017

Nombre de participants

2000

Heures de service

8000
Geolocation

Topics

Adults in Scouting
Youth Programme

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