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Red Cross Society



  • Mrs.Sushma Sharma
  • Mrs.Sunita Sharma
  • Mrs.Sunita Bhalla






Blood Bank:The 'Indian Red Cross' is a pioneer in the field of blood services and one of the largest voluntary blood banks in India since 1962. IRCS regularly conducts motivational campaigns to organize voluntary blood donation camps. It has more than 100 blood banks all over the country under different states and district branches.
HIV / AIDS:The IRCS is very active in the prevention Of HIV / AIDS. It trains youth to disseminate information about the prevention of HIV / AIDS through Youth Peer Education Programme. It also has programmes and projects for children of HIV positive mothers to provide comprehensive care.
Vocational Training Centre (V.T.C.):The IRCS provides opportunities to increase vocational skills and the earning opportunities of low-income groups and to raise the status of women socially and economically by making them available opportunities for learning and leadership. The VTCs were started in areas which are dominated by the backward classes and the tribal population. IRCS in respect for gender equality and to augment the participation of women in economic development process started two vocational Training Centres, one each at Salt Lake , Calcutta ( West Bengal ) and at Arakkonam (Tamil Nadu) in the years 1989 and 1993. These centres besides providing training to the needy women, have also developed as nucleus points for promoting women/ child development activities. These centres also serve as garment production centres for use by the society in its relief operations , helps in supplementing family income, enabling mothers to spend more liberally on the welfare and upbringing of their children, give economic independence, improve the status of women in the community, enhance their decision-making role and improve the quality of life for the family and the communities in which they live.
Tracing Activities:IRCS helps people trace or send message to missing loved-ones  who have been separated through forced, unseen and inevitable circumstances when all other means of locating them have not yielded results. It also reunites families who have been separated under similar circumstances.
Maternity and Child Welfare:Maternity and Child Welfare schemes of National Headquarters were started in 1954 to extend Maternal and Child Development activities for the Weaker Section of the Community. The welfare activities are being continued through various Hospitals, Sub Centres and Bal Vikas Kendras.
Family Welfare:These are run by different states and district branches. All Red Cross MCW hospitals and centers, as well as family welfare clinics, carry out family welfare work. They motivate eligible couples to adopt small family norms and provide them with contraceptives and other family planning devices. Many of these centers are equipped to meet motivational and clinical arrangements
Nursing:The Red Cross MCW units teach home nursing skills to auxiliary nurses, midwives and housewives.



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