Every time you donate blood in BUENAVENTURA NGO, you are saving lives. Blood cannot be manufactured, and there is no substitute for it. It is in constant demand for accident victims, hemophiliacs, surgeries, infants, patients battling cancer and more. In addition, blood supplies need to be replenished constantly, as blood products have a short shelf life. With blood shortages occurring worldwide, it is important to create a network of young blood donors who commit to donating regularly. Keeping the same in mind, we at BUENAVENTURA NGO -Astitva Ek Prayas organize regular blood donation camps and encourage for participation in this noble cause.
Our NGO aim at making best efforts to make a national youth-oriented global social club committed to saving lives by regularly donating blood.
Through BUENAVENTURA Foundation NGO, we emphasize on encouragement to attend blood centers, learn about healthy lifestyles, and give blood regularly. We encourage members to make new friends around India, promote life saving and life changing practices, in which they may - have fun while saving lives.
BUENAVENTURA Foundation NGO making a member’s club. The concept which originated as "BUENAVENTURA NGO – Astitva Ek Prayaas" evolved into a full membership club in India where it became BUENAVENTURA Foundation NGO, promoting the value of saving lives by giving blood through active participation and healthy lifestyle choices.
Do donate blood, only if you satisfy all of the following conditions
The BUENAVENTURA FOUNDATION NGO (BUENAVENTURA – Astitva Ek Prayaas) has a dedicated outreach team of camp organizers. We receive requests to hold camps from local organizations. Camp organizers visit the location to assess accessibility, infrastructure and the credibility of the local group.
We first explain the process and objectives to the local organizers, who are then responsible for publicity. They are supplied with standardised communication material so that there is no distortion of facts and ensure a wide participation of the public.
Our NGO give preference to people above the age of 50, because cataract, glaucoma and diabetic retinopathy are more common in this age group, and most of them cannot come to the hospital on their own without an escort. Children are the next priority group.
Patients are registered and then their visual acuity is tested. The next step is a preliminary examination by an ophthalmologist. After that, some patients are directed for some basic investigations, blood pressure recording and random urine sugar estimation. Some patients are directed for refraction, which is performed by the optometrists in a makeshift dark room. After this, patients are examined again by an ophthalmologist. The last step is counseling the patients who need surgery and fixing the date for surgery. Our NGO carry some essential eye drops and tablets, especially to camps in remote places, for the patients who need medical management.
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