HUHA organizes a blood donation festival "Purple Lagerstroemia 2021"

Thursday - 15/04/2021 23:23

HUHA organizes a blood donation festival "Purple Lagerstroemia 2021"

On the morning of April 15, 2021, Hanoi University of Home Affairs in collaboration with the National Institute of Hematology and Blood Transfusion, Home Affairs Blood Team and Red Cross Society of Xuan La Ward co-organized the blood donation festival "Purple Lagerstroemia 2021 ”.
This is an annual activity organized twice a year by the Youth Union to share the difficulties in blood shortage during the year in hospitals as well as to create an environment for the student union to experience and practice soft skills. Therefore, it attracted the active participation of a large number of officials, lecturers, and students in the university with the noble spirit of humanity towards the community.
Mr. Nguyen Ba Chien, Secretary of the Party Committee, the Rector (right) and  Mr. Truong Quoc Viet as an accompanying ambassador were co-participating in humanitarian blood donation.

Mr. Chien as a compassionate ambassador in the program shared, 'In hospitals there are currently many patients in need for blood for treatment, therefore the numerous participation of public employees and students from Hanoi University of Home Affairs creates a very noble gesture with beautiful, deeply humane.
He was giving a gift to a cancer student named Chu Phi Hung, who was considered as a brave warrior.

Hung, a cancer student, inspires everybody with the spirit of overcoming his illnesses and striving towards learning. His inspirational story is about the life's journey and desire to defeat the adversity of his family where his grandfather and father both suffered from cancer and himself included. Yet, he has overcome the disease and got admitted into Hanoi University of Home Affairs with very high scores. He is deserved to get a gift of encouragement from the program.
The members of the Home Affairs Blood Team, nurses and doctors closely work together to ensure that those participating can donate with a sufficient amount of blood for each individual's condition and stay healthy afterwards.
Also at the blood donation, many students shared that this is the first time they have participated in such a program. They got the information propagated by the members of the Home Affairs Blood Club at their classrooms not long ago. At first, they were a bit timorous but later they felt much better to think about sick people in need for blood.
This is a very important event that has attracted the attention of the community, helping create motivation, belief and excitement for thousands of blood donors. Therefore, the organizers of the program desire to receive more blood units from people both inside and outside the university so as that those in need for blood get more chance to live. This is considered as a useful thing for society showing love and sharing among people.
Here are some other photos of the blood donation program:

Author: translater: Kim Ngon

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