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Statistics

  • 50,000 Units Collected in Camps
  • 30+ Blood Requests taken/day
  • 5+ Emergency Situations handled/ day
  • 500 Thalassemiac Children supported.

Rakta Kranti

With the onset of the new financial year, Sankalp Rakta Kranti Team looked to make a strong start with plenty of blood drives catering to the summer period. On the back of a year with close to 12,000 units collection having gone by, the team wanted to maintain the same momentum. In summary, 1055 units were collected in 13 drives. We had about 3% of donors having post donation complications and the percentage of deferrals for the month was 22.3.

For some regular voluntary blood donors, donating blood feels like doing a routine activity. For many of them, this is a responsibility that they duly fulfill. This story is about a blood donor who sets a true example of this unique category of people.

In the 600 or so blood donation drives organized by Sankalp India Foundation, there have been plenty of instances where donors have posed strange questions. Questions like benefits for me and my family, health benefits on donating, free blood in return, full blood test reports, certificate being used for other social/educational benefits have come up time and again. There was once a donor who also wanted to know who gets his blood.

April is a busy month at Sankalp. It is time to review the work done in last year, compile reports, share feedbacks and plan for the time to come. It's the time when the gaps from the past year tend to share the mind space with the resolve to achieve the targets for the year to come.

It's always a challenge to make available adequate quantity of rare blood groups. Whenever there is request for Bombay blood group, our emergency team explores all alternatives to blood transfusion before proceeding to organise for blood donations. The medical condition, the alternatives for transfusions which fit into the scenario and whether or not any alternative was used eventually is documented for each request. We recently analysed 40 of the Bombay blood group requests the organisation received last year.

Rakta Kranti

After the seasonal break around the Christmas - New Year period we had 9 camps in Jan collecting 751 units of blood in the month of January. Let us have a look at the drives from January.

Xerox

Xerox organized the first camp with Sankalp on 9th Jan. 65 units were collected in the camp. Excellent publicity from company and their cooperation in keeping the drive open for other companies, enabled a great turnout. In fact, due to high turnout post lunch, we had to close registrations early.