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Indian Red Cross Tamil nadu Branch

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Chidambaram Sub Branch:-

World Health Day was observed on 07.04.2016 at Arumuga Navalar Hr. Sec. School, Chidambaram. Tmt. B.S.Vijayalakshmi, RDO & President, IRCS Chidambaram Sub Branch presided in the presence of Dr.S.Arulmozhi Selvan, Executive Director of the School. Dr.S.Sivaprakasham, explained about “Personal Hygiene” and Hygiene Kits were distributed by the Chief Guest.subbranch01 subbranch








Dr.Muthukumar, Vice President, IRCS Chidambaram Sub Branch, Thiru Sethumathavan, Chairman, IRCS Chidambaram Sub Branch, Thiru Natarajan, Secretary, IRCS Chidambaram Sub Branch, Thiru Kamalchand, Treasurer, IRCS Chidambaram Sub Branch and MC Members participated.





Human Rally was organized in coordination with YRC Wing of Annamalai University on 17.04.2016 in order to exercising franchising create awareness among general public and to achieve cent percent franchising  of Votes.  Tmt. B.S.Vijayalakshmi, RDO flagged off the Rally. Hand Bills were distributed by the YRC Volunteers.





Papanasam Sub Branch:-

To mark “World Health Day” a Human Rally was organized on 07.04.2016 towards creating awareness among general public. JRC & YRC Volunteers and School Teachers from various Schools participated. IRCS Papanasam Sub Branch Office Bearers participated.subbranch03







Tenkasi Sub Branch:-

On 07.04.2016, Human Chain was organized on the occasion of World Health Day at New Bus Stand, Tenkasi. Thiru V.Chandran, Vice President, IRCS Tenkasi Sub Branch presided over the function. Thiru S.Kandasami, Tahsildar, inaugurated the Rally. Thiru V.Subramani, Secretary, IRCS Tenkasi proposed Vote of Thanks. As part of the Programme, Signature Campaign was arranged for creating awareness on cent percent Voting among general public. YRC Volunteers from Mars Paramedical College and Pleasant Para Medical College participated.



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District Branches


Kancheepuram District Branch:-

Prof. Pulavar R.Manickam, Secretary, IRCS Kancheepuram District Branch organized Women for Women 2016 campaign on 14.04.2016 at Chengalpattu. As an attempt of World Record, Women / Girls were united together and formed as Biggest Human symbol of Mother Therasa.

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The M. V. Hospital for Diabetes, Royapuram, Chennai organized the launch of the Beat Diabetes Programme in connection with “World Health Day 2016” in association with Indian Red Cross Society, Tamil Nadu Branch and Indian College of Physician on  6th April 2016 at the Phiroj Club Wala Memorial Hall, Royapuram, Chennai. Dr. K. Rosaiah, His Excellency  The Governor of Tamil Nadu and the President of Indian Red Cross Society, Tamil Nadu Branch presided over the function. Read More →

First Aid Wing – IRCS – Tamil Nadu Branch

Indian Red Cross Society is constituted under the enactment of Parliament Act XV of 1920. It is a pioneering Organization aiming to alleviate human sufferings in any form and caretakers for fulfilling Humanitarian Needs. Both Indian Red Cross Society and St John. Ambulances (India) are working under one umbrella at National Head Quarters under the Head of Secretary General Indian Red Cross Society Read More →

Janani Sishu Suraksha Karyakram (JSSK)

Government of India launched Janani Sishu Suraksha Karyakram (JSSK) to be implemented nationally where all the pregnant women offering delivery at Health Institutions and treated sick new born up to one year of age will get free transport service. To implement this Scheme as a Pilot Project covering all the major Obstetrics & Gynaecology Women & Children Hospitals at Chennai, Government of Tamil Nadu, Tamil Nadu Health Systems Project, decided and engaged the services of Indian Red Cross Society, Tamil Nadu Branch. Around 15 vehicles were earmarked for operation as a Pilot Project by Indian Red Cross Society, Tamil Nadu Branch.

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All the vehicles allotted for Free Hearse Service were on road and were utilized cent percent for the transportation of deceased to various places in Tamil Nadu. 8201 corpses were transported by 151 Free Hearse Mortuary Vans during the month of Apr’16 from various Government Medical Teaching and Non Teaching Institutions to the native places of the deceased at the request of their relatives in all 32 Districts of Tamil Nadu. The cumulative figures of bodies transported right from the inception are 3,33,080 corpses as on 30th Apr’16.

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