COVID-19 Lockdown

Today, the global crisis of Crona has come before the whole country as a bizarre problem, from which there is no way to get rid of it. In times of such crisis, patience, awareness and active role of civic institutions is very important. In this time of the crisis of the nation, the Prime Minister of the country Sh. Narender Modi pledged to protect every citizen of the country and asked the social organizations to come forward & play their role to get the country out of this crisis. NIFAA Chairman Pritpal Singh Pannu along with his youth team of NIFAA in the 27 states and union territories of the country decided to play an active role in the timing of Corona lockdown. Throughout this time, the NIFAA team under his leadership distributed ration materials to 40000 families across the country and cooked food to over one lakh people. Medicines were also given to the needy as per the requirement. Young members of the NIFAA team set up blood donation camps in many places so that there is no lack of blood in the corona crisis.

Due to the corona, people were feeling negativity at home. To solve this problem, NIFAA organized webinars of many celebrities like world-famous Motivational speaker Shiv Khera, spiritual speaker B.K. Shivani Bahn, famous singer and Motivator Kailash Kher and got many programs online like music programs, Kavi Sammelan, Kirtan Darbar so that People in the community should also be associated with positive thinking. Various branches of NIFAA organized online competitions for artists and encouraged them in this hour of crisis. According to the appeal of the Prime Minister of the country and the instructions of the Health Department, NIFAA is constantly creating awareness to wear masks and keep a distance of two meters. Special awareness drive to donate blood and plasma was also started by NIFAA volunteers which is still going on.

A Guinness Book of World Record Attempt
International Blood & Plasma Donation Awareness Campaign

01 Nation | 28 States | 08 Union Territories | 1500 Venues | 90000 Blood Units in a Single Day

23rd March, 2021