Balco Medical Centre observe Int’nl Women’s Day

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Raipur, Mar 11: On March 8th, the planet commemorates International Women’s Day. It is a focal point of the women’s rights movement. The United Nations’ theme for International Women’s Day in 2021 is “Women in Leadership: Achieving an Inclusive Future in a COVID-19 World,” emphasizing the effect that girls and women had as health care workers, nurses, innovators, and community organizers around the world during the COVID-19 pandemic.
As front-line and health-care staff, scientists, physicians, and caregivers, women are also at the forefront of the COVID-19 battle. We see positive outcomes when women lead. Women were at the helm of some of the most successful and exemplary COVID-19 pandemic responses. Women, especially young women, are at the forefront of a wide range of diverse and inclusive movements both online and in the streets in all parts of the world, for social justice, climate change, and equality. Women all over the world want and deserve an inclusive future free of stigma, stereotypes, and violence; a future that is prosperous, peaceful, and offers everyone equal rights and opportunities. To get there, women must be present at the table where decisions are made.
Dr. Neelesh Jain, a specialist in transfusion medicine at Balco Medical Centre, stressed the significance of women in the blood and platelet donation process. Many women come and donate blood component regularly to support needy patients, he said in his voluntary donor registry. He then went on to talk about the women who are always willing to donate platelets and other blood components to the patient in an emergency. One of them is Ms. Priyadarshini Mathews of the Balco Medical Centre’s PR department, who donated her fifth Plateletpheresis on this women’s day. It’s really motivating for everyone who hesitate to donate blood and blood components during crisis.

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