Jamiyattul Falah Mangaluru Taluk holds Blood Donation Drive in Ullal
Mangaluru: Despite the significant achievements of medical science today, there is no factory established that can manufacture blood. It is only in human beings where blood is produced and circulated.
Jamiyattul Falah (Unity for Success), a state government award-winning charity organizations Mangaluru Taluk unit organised a Blood Donation camp with the support of Blood Helpline Karnataka (R) and SDPI Ullal in collaboration with Wenlock Hospital, Mangalore at the Tippu Sultan Urdu Primary & High School Kotepura, Ullal on Sunday, 24th February 2019.
Jamiyyatul Falah Mangalore Taluk President Ibrahim Kodijal Presided over the programme and encouraged the gathering to come forward and donate blood to save human lives. Akram Hasan, State Secretary of SDPI inaugurated the programme.
The event started with prayers by the students of the Girls High School.
To make the occasion a special one, the volunteers of the organisations made a united effort. The efforts turned out to be productive when more than 60 participants donated blood in the camp. The staff of Wenlock hospital helped in the process of blood donation. Some of the donors who could not donate this time were requested to donate during the next camp.
M.H. Malar, Mustafa Addur, U.K. Abbas, Ramiz Kodi, K.M.K. Manjanady, Nazeer Kotepura, Imran Madaka were the chief guests. Blood Helpline Karnataka, SDPI Ullal Zone and Jamiyyatul Falah members participated in making the drive successful.
Ashraf Arabi Kalladka, Coordinator-Blood Helpline Karnataka (R.) compered the program.
The organisers thanked the generous donors, hospital staff, participants and the representatives who worked day and night for the success of this programme.
With the success of the camp, Jamiyyatul Falah is planning to involve itself more into such life-supporting activities.