Baseera honors blood donors at felicitation ceremony
Blood Donors play important role in our Society: Director Health Services Kashmir
Srinagar: ‘Baseera’, the home society Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) hosted a felicitation ceremony to honor the exemplary contributions of 28 dedicated blood donors of Kashmir in the year 2023-2024.
The event, held at Primary Health Centre (PHC) Batmaloo Srinagar witnessed the presence of Director Health Services, Kashmir Dr Mushtaq Ahmad Rather, Chairman ‘Kashmir Concern’ Dr Touseef Ahmed Bhatt, Chairman NLCO, Manzoor Ahmad Wangnoo, Social Activist Syed Aijaz Kashani, Chairman Green Land Foundation Er. Suhail Jan, Prominent environmental Activist Amjid Rezvi and representatives of leading NGO’s like Athrout, SRO and Help Poor Trust.
Chairman Baseera NGO Sheikh Bashir said the ceremony, dedicated to acknowledging the selfless act of blood donation, served as a platform to express gratitude to those who have made a significant impact on the community’s health and well-being.
General Secretary Baseera NGO Dr Touseef Ahmed Bhatt said the 28 blood donors were recognized and awarded for their generosity, commitment, and the positive influence they have had on the lives of those in need.
In addition to the blood donors, the event also saw the participation of the Director of Health services Kashmir, Mushtaq Ahmad who commended the efforts of Baseera NGO in promoting and facilitating blood donation initiatives.
Notably, social activists who have demonstrated exceptional dedication to community welfare were also acknowledged in which Shabir Shalla, Kaiser Kawa and prominent Social activist Syed Aijaz Kashani were awarded for their dedicated work in the social field.
This gesture aimed to highlight the importance of a holistic approach to social development and the integral role played by individuals committed to positive change. Shabir Hussain Khan also known as the blood man of Kashmir said the felicitation ceremony provided a platform for networking and collaboration among like-minded individuals and organizations, fostering a sense of community and shared responsibility for health and well-being.