Staff at Indian branches of SACMI have demonstrated impressive solidarity by donating blood for a second consecutive year. Anand Pande, MD of SACMI Engineering: “We couldn’t be prouder of how our people have responded; their actions have helped ensure others will get proper essential healthcare”
SACMI Engineering's blood donation camp has proved to be a big success. This second edition of the initiative directly involved employees at the three SACMI offices in India, who responded to a call for voluntary blood donors.
No less than 76 people from the offices in Mumbai, Ahmedabad (Sanand) and Morbi took part: together they donated dozens of liters of plasma, which will be delivered to local health facilities.
Solidarity-driven contributions like this are essential in India in order to meet the healthcare needs of its 1.4 billion inhabitants, many of whom, unfortunately, are still unable to exercise these fundamental rights.
“We’re proud of our people’s response”, points out Mr. Anand Pande, Managing Director of SACMI Engineering, “and the tangible contribution they’ve made to support other’s essential healthcare rights”.
This blood donation scheme is one of a series of charitable projects in India - most of which focus on health and education - that SACMI Engineering takes part in every year.