14th June - World Blood Donor Day

On the occasion of World Blood Donor Day, Navayuga Infotech hosted its annual blood donation camp for Thalassemia and Sickle Cell Society (TSCS) to meet the blood supply needs for their patients.

Thalassemia is a genetic blood disorder, characterized by less haemoglobin and fewer red blood cells in the body than normal, and affected patients (primarily children) depend on regular blood transfusion for survival, usually every 2 to 3 weeks.

TSCS's objective is to treat all Thalassemia children for FREE and add years to their lives. Currently they have over 50 patients visiting them every day for blood transfusion but the society is unable to source sufficient blood to service all their patients. We want to help them. We have been associated with them since 2016 and conduct this camp every year”, explained Vivek, Vice President at Navayuga Infotech.

Navayugans, along with their family and friends, participated in the camp with great enthusiasm.

“I feel so good about myself after having donating blood. I’m glad I could help TSCS in their cause. I will look forward to next year’s event”, said Sunitha from the Admin team after donating blood for the 1st time at the age of 50.

“Always glad to help. I urge my fellow Navayugans to come out and donate blood. I also request all to register themselves with Hyderabad Blood Donors as a blood donor so that they can reach out to us in case of requirements”, said Harsha from the Business Development team who donated for the 21st time.

“It’s such a good feeling. We’re glad we came and helped”, said Joshna, Amol and Vinay who donated blood for the first time.

The representatives from TSCS were very happy with the response and enthusiasm for the event. “We are thankful to Navayuga Infotech for organizing this camp every year. We look forward to continued support and even more number of donors to come out and participate in our next event”, said Shiva, the camp in-charge from TSCS.

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