Red Ribbon Club
- Last Updated: 19 August 2020
Red Ribbon Club is envisaged to instill among all the students in the educational institutions values of service, develop healthy life styles, and increase availability of safe and adequate quantities of blood to all the needy. This club aims at harnessing the potential of the youth by equipping them with correct information on mental health, substance abuse, nutrition and reproductive health: and building their capacities as peer educators in spreading message on positive health behavior in an enabling environment .It has been established in the university campus during session 2019-20. The club is run by student volunteers and aims to serve various purposes like awareness against drug abuse, substance abuse, anti-AIDS campaign, inspires blood donation etc. Another chief purpose is the empowerment and overall development of youth. ‘Getting to zero’, in terms of HIV prevalence is our ultimate goal.
RRC has a unit of 50 volunteers in the university campus and colleges which are affiliated to CRSU, Jind have a unit of 50 volunteers. All the volunteers are working for the noble cause of awareness among the rural and urban population about AIDS and other such disease that the society is facing, and promoting overall progressive health and wellness.
Dr. Jyoti Sheoran, Nodal Officer
Dr. Naveen, Co-ordinator