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Red Cross and Red Crescent Day
We the students of IB World School, Baru Sahib celebrated the world Red Cross and Red Crescent Day. As the followers of peace and humanity we strongly believe that sharing and caring help us to make the world the best place to live.
The first Red Cross & Red Crescent Day was held in 1948 on the 8th of May. It aims to protect people's lives and health, alleviate or prevent suffering and ensure respect is given to all.
It has become a main day in the history of the world which is being commemorated yearly to play a large role in the life saving events as well as assisting the vulnerable social people all around the world. It is aimed to give relief to the human beings in distress and desolation due to war, food shortage, epidemic diseases or natural disaster. The festivity is highlighted through a particular theme of the year to fulfill the aim of celebration as well as make people aware of its importance. During COVID19 Red cross is DELIVERING RELIEF WHERE IT’S NEEDED MOST during this public health crisis. This is a team effort, and the Red Cross is working closely with local partners to address people’s emergency needs — which vary by community, but include Supporting Quarantine Shelters: Distributing Food: Connecting Families, Providing Physical and Mental Health Services and Provide 24/7 Global Support to Families. This is the time to take care of one another. So anyone who wants to help others can do it in their own way.
List of events organized on this occasion is below:
1. Thought of the day by Garv Pahawa from Delhi and Ayush Yadav From Noida
2. Facts about Red Cross by Gunveen Kaur from Jammu
3. Speech about the day by Gurpreet Kaur from Haryana
4. Presentation by Gatik Kapoor from Delhi, Sahibjeet Singh from Kurukushetra, Ekamjot Kaur Ghuman from Gurdapur, Jasman Singh from Delhi, Pushkar Singh from Odisha, Kirat Kaur from Bahrain (U.P.) Gursaanj Kaur From Delhi and Jaspreet Singh from Haryana.