Red Ribbon Club

Red Ribbon Club

AGURCHAND MANMULL JAIN COLLEGE,

MEENAMBAKKAM, CHENNAI – 114

RED RIBBON CLUB

2014-2015

INAGURATION DAY

HIV AWARENESS DAY

 

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RED RIBBON CLUB

ANNUAL REPORT – 2015-2016

INTRODUCTION

HIV/AIDS Present Situation

♦ HIV is currently spreading in the world at the rate of one new infection every fifty seconds.

 The HIV/AIDS is not confined to any one class, community, religion, age group, sex or profession, though according to the Indian Health Organization (IHO), Women and children are believed to be more prone to AIDS.

 The HIV infection is spread over all regions and all groups. HIV, the virus that causes AIDS, has become one of the world’s most serious health and development challenges.

 According to UNAIDS Report, all over the world 34 million are currently living with HIV/AIDS in 2011.

 More than 25 million people have died of AIDS worldwide since the first cases were reported in 1981.

 In 2008, 2 million people died due to HIV/AIDS, and another 2.7 million were newly infected.

 In India there are 5.7 million people infected with HIV/AIDS.

 In India the rate and pattern of HIV infection is not uniform in various states. The highest numbers of AIDS cases are found in MUMBAI, which is known as “AIDS capital of India”.

ABOUT RED RIBBON

Red Ribbon is the international symbol of HIV and AIDS awareness. It is being worn by increasing number of people around the world to demonstrate their care and concern about HIV and AIDS -for those who are living with HIV, for those who are ill, for those who have died and for those who care for and support those directly affected.

The Red Ribbon offers a symbol of hope and support for those living with HIV, for the continuing education of those not infected, for maximum efforts to find effective treatments, cures or vaccines and for those who have lost friends, family members or loved ones to AIDS. But the Red Ribbons are not enough. The Red Ribbon is only a useful symbol in the long run, when attached to words and deeds that actually make a difference.

If someone is offered a Red Ribbon, he is asked to take it and wear it as a tribute to the millions of people living with or affected by HIV / AIDS worldwide. Anyone can wear a Red Ribbon. There is no ‘official’ Red Ribbon. You can make your own to wear.

Wearing a Red Ribbon is the first step in the fight against HIV / AIDS. It can be worn on any day of the year, but especially on World AIDS Day (i.e. 1st December). The next step is to do something more for those suffering from HIV / AIDS.

RED RIBBON CLUB

Mainstreaming of HIV & AIDS and ensuring safe blood are major activities to control the spread of HIV & AIDS in the country. Of the over 1 billion youth (ages 15-24),worldwide, some 10 million youth are living with HIV : Everyday ,an estimated 6,000 youth are infected with the virus .Out of 2.47 million estimated population infected by HIV in India, 88.7% are in the age group of 15-49 years. In view of this, Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Govt. of India has proposed to establish a network with universities and educational institutions to generate awareness regarding HIV & AIDS and to promote Voluntary Blood Donation to ensure safe blood and implement preventive programmes on HIV & AIDS.

Under the NACP III youth have been identified as a vulnerable group requiring special attention. Recognizing the heterogeneity of the youth NACP III aims to promote Red Ribbon Clubs to cover youth at risk to HIV both in campuses as well as in community.

♦ Goal of Red Ribbon Clubs

 To reduce the occurrence of new sexually transmitted infections (incidence), particularly HIV, among youth

 Objectives of Red Ribbon Clubs

Primary Objective

To prepare youth as peer educators/agents of change both among youth as well as society at large by developing their skills on leadership, advocacy, communication and team building.

Secondary objectives

To increase awareness among youth on sexual reproductive health and HIV/AIDS.

To impart skills among youth on self-protection, negotiation, and effective group interaction.

Additional Objectives

 To encourage blood donations.

 To serve as forums for medical students to participate in the fight against HIV/AIDS. Role of the Red Ribbon Club

 Promote Regular voluntary blood donation by young people and increase access to safe and adequate quantities of blood.

 Conducting AIDS awareness programs.

 Making Blood Group Directory.

 Observance of Important days.

 Educate youth with correct, concise and adequate information.

 Enable youth, especially the female students, to identify and understand situations of exploitation and abuse.

 To instill life skills into youths to live better and healthier life.

 Create among the youth a cadre of peer educators

RRC in our College

Red Ribbon Club (RRC) of A.M Jain College students have actively participated in Medical camp, the medical camp conducted for flood affected people. The students are also organising Guest Lecture on importance of Blood Donation among the youths.

It also prepares and promotes youth to be educators within and outside the campus.

The volunteers engage themselves in distributing pamphlets regarding AIDS and the way of living.

RRC in A.M Jain College 2015-16

Sl No

Name

Designation

Department

1.

2.

Mathankumar M

Vairavan C

Co-ordinator

Co-ordinator

BBA

English

3.

Priyathanshini

The President

BBA

4.

Surya

Secretary

BBA

 

Memberships:

Blood Bank Directory:

RRC has maintaining separate directory for volunteer blood donators.

Based on the emergency & demand through proper channel, our RRC volunteers donated the blood very often i.e 24*7 basis. As of now 15 students donated blood at Apollo Hospitals, Vijaya Hospital, SRM Hospital and etc.

Republic Day Rally

There were 28 students of RRC have participated Republic day rally on 26.01.2016. It was a wonderful experience for the Students and they had really gained knowledge.

Guest Lecture

RRC has conducted Special Guest lecture on the topic “Importance of Blood Donation” on 26.02.2016. We have invited Dr. Balasundaram M.B.B.S, (specialist in TB & Skin), Stanley Hospital, Chennai.

In this programme, all the members of RRC 2015-16 were participated and gained the knowledge about importance of blood donation. Our respected Principal (shift –II), has participated and presented wonderful speech about the topic. Our respected advisor and deputy deans were participated on this function.

RRC - LIST OF MEMBERS (2015-2016)

RRC - LIST OF MEMBERS (2015-2016)

Sl. No.

Department

Register No.

Name

1.

B.com (General) – Iyr

15B110

Aravind .D

2.

B.com (General) – Iyr

15B124

Vijay .S

3.

B.com (General) – Iyr

15B107

Rajkumar .S

4.

B.com (General) – Iyr

15B138

Tamilarasan .R

5.

B.com (General) – Iyr

15B121

Nirmal Kumar .J

6.

B.com (General) – Iyr

15B130

Balaji .V

7.

B.com (general) – Iyr

15B119

Dharanenderan .B

8.

B.com (general) – Iyr

15B143

Sriraj .M.R

9.

B.com (general) – Iyr

15B114

Shreenath .R

10.

B.com (general) – Iyr

15B074

Abiramy .V

11.

B.com (general) – Iyr

15B084

Vinayashree .V

12.

B.com (general) – Iyr

15B083

Vijayalakshmi .R

13.

B.com (general) – Iyr

15B082

Jeyavani .B

14.

B.com (general) – Iyr

15B079

Sushmitha .S

15.

B.com (general) – Iyr

15B076

Akshaya Ganesh

16.

B.com (general) – Iyr

15B024

Veereshwar. A

17.

B.com (general) – Iyr

15B038

Govardhan. G

18.

B.com (general) – Iyr

15B053

Kiran Raj. G

19.

B.com (general) – Iyr

15B041

Naresh. M

20.

B.com (general) – Iyr

15B043

Kishore. S

21.

B.com (general) – Iyr

15B060

Subett Chandar. M

22.

B.com (general) – IIIyr

13B233

Akarsh. C

23.

B.com (general) – IIIyr

13B101

Prabhakar. R

24.

B.com (general) – IIIyr

13B202

Pavithran. D

25.

B.com (general) – IIIyr

13B203

Arun Raman. R

26.

B.com (general) – IIIyr

13B208

Rakesh. D

27.

B.com (general) – IIIyr

13B207

Manoj Seervi. J

28.

B.SC Viscom- Iyr

15F102

Rohith. M. Bajna

29.

B.SC Viscom- Iyr

15F103

Chirag Chordia

30.

B.SC Viscom- Iyr

15F007

Siddhardh. S

31.

B.SC Viscom- Iyr

15F037

Mahendran. K

32.

B.SC Viscom- Iyr

15F033

Anbu Durai. M

33.

B.SC Viscom- Iyr

15F101

Akash. M

34.

B.SC Viscom- Iyr

15F122

Abhishek Jain. R

35.

B.SC Viscom- Iyr

15F111

Prem Kumar. S

36.

B.SC Viscom- Iyr

15F124

Thamiz Hanban

37.

B.SC Viscom- Iyr

15F126

Surendiran. S

38.

B.SC Viscom- Iyr

15F109

Santhosh. V.C

39.

B.SC Viscom- Iyr

15F121

Praveen Kumar. N

40.

B.Sc (IDD)

15ID001

Logesh .V

41.

B.Sc (IDD)

15ID007

Deepak .D

42.

BCA–IIyr

14H141

Madhan Raj. M

43.

BCA–Iyr

15H177

Viveka. R

44.

B.SC (SA)- Iyr

15J072

Chitra. E

45.

B.SC (SA)- Iyr

15J011

Balaji. S

46.

B.SC (SA)- Iyr

15J020

Gowtham. C

47.

B.SC (SA)- Iyr

15J036

Titus Anawiah. R.A

48.

B.SC (SA)- Iyr

15J018

Harish. T

49.

B.SC (SA)- Iyr

15J034

Vigneshwaran. K

50.

B.SC (SA)- Iyr

15J026

Sheik Sahul Hameed. S

51.

B.SC (EM)- Iyr

15EM003

Shyam Jenith Kumar. S

52.

B.SC (CS)- Iyr

15G208

Veerabathiran. S

53.

B.SC (CS)- Iyr

15G244

Suresh. K

54.

B.SC (CS)- Iyr

15G203

Akash. G

55.

B.SC (CS)- Iyr

15G039

Ashok Kumar. M

56.

B.SC (CS)- Iyr

15G245

Hemnath Mouli. P

57.

B.A (TTM)- Iyr

15K010

Yogeshwaran. V

58.

B.A (TTM)- IIIyr

13K016

Akash. N

59.

B.A (TTM)- IIIyr

13K020

Prabu. V

60.

M.A(TTM)- Iyr

15TM007

Kasthuri. T

61.

B.COM(CS)- Iyr

15C111

Naganathan. C

62.

BBA–IIyr

14A146

Raj Kamal. B

63.

BBA–IIyr

14A126

Raj Kumar. M

64.

BBA–IIyr

14A173

Dhanashree. K

65.

BBA–IIyr

14A176

Banupriya. S

66.

BBA–IIyr

14A133

Raju. V

67.

BBA–IIyr

14A111

Sarath Kumar. S

68.

BBA–IIyr

14A125

Elakiyan. M.R

69.

BBA–IIyr

14A106

Nitesh Chand Chouhan

70.

BBA–IIyr

14A137

Sathish Var Rao. T.S

71.

BBA–IIyr

14A124

Manoj Pandian. P

72.

BBA–IIyr

14A177

Rubini. R

73.

BBA–IIyr

14A105

Rohit Kumar Tiwari. A

74.

BBA–IIyr

14A158

Hari. M

75.

BBA–IIyr

14A110

Vineeth Joshua. A

76.

B.COM(ISM)- IIyr

14D123

Feroz. H

77.

B.COM(ISM)- IIyr

14D135

Ajay. K

78.

B.COM(CS)-IIIyr

13C143

Ravi Kumar. R

79.

B.COM(CS)-IIyr

14C029

Sundara Vadhanan. N

80.

B.COM(CS)-Iyr

15C057

Tharun Kumar. S

81.

BBA- Iyr

15A021

Pathrul Arshath Parvez. M.H

82.

BBA-IIIyr

13A058

Aravindan. V

83.

B.COM(ISM)-Iyr

15D035

Pravinraj Sha. G

84.

B.COM(CS)-Iyr

15C113

Perianna Balaji. N

85.

B.COM(CS)-Iyr

15C103

Periya Muthu. M

86.

BBA-IIyr

14A129

Ruthramoorthy. K

87.

BBA-IIyr

14A139

Nadeemudeen. T

88.

BBA-IIIyr

13A072

Vijayalakshmi. E

89.

BBA-IIIyr

13A075

Deepika. R

90.

B.SC Viscom- Iyr

15F071

Janani. B.S

91.

B.SC Viscom- Iyr

15F108

Sriraam.N

92.

B.SC Viscom- Iyr

15F120

Thanga Murugan. G

93.

BBA-IIIyr

13A067

Ezekia Praveen.A

94.

BBA-IIIyr

13A011

Gopi. B

95.

BBA-IIIyr

13A049

Dineshkumar. M

96.

BBA-IIIyr

13A056

Selvam. S

97.

BBA-IIIyr

13A037

Vimal Kumar. R

98.

B.SC (EM)- Iyr

15EM004

Sathish. V.J

99.

BBA-IIIyr

13A033

Ranjith Kumar. G

100.

BBA-IIIyr

13A068

Nagaraj. K

101.

BBA-IIIyr

13A039

Manikandan. T

102.

BBA-IIIyr

13A050

Vinoth Kumar. L

103.

BBA-IIIyr

13A171

Bhuvaneshwari. B

104.

B.COM(ISM)-Iyr

15D030

Harish. S

105.

B.COM(ISM)-Iyr

15D033

Selva Karthick. P

106.

BBA-IIIyr

13A146

Mohan Babu. P.S

107.

BBA-IIIyr

13A140

Devarajan. N

108.

BBA-IIIyr

13A154

Arun. M

109.

B.COM(ISM)-Iyr

15D106

Sudarsan. S

110.

B.COM(ISM)-Iyr

15D015

Giridharan. D

111.

B.COM(CS)-Iyr

15C272

Natasha Dewri

112.

B.COM(CS)-Iyr

15C271

Preety Chouhan

113.

B.COM(C.S)-Iyr

15C173

Keerthana.C

114.

B.B.A.-III yr

13A070

Santhosh kumar.V

115.

B.B.A.-I yr

15A074

Aswini.N

116.

B.B.A-I yr

15A073

Priya.M

117.

B.B.A-III yr

13A018

Khaja Hussain Mohideen.N

118.

B.B.A-III yr

13A142

Ashok kumar.P

 

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