Junior/Youth Red Cross:

       Junior and Youth Red Cross programmes are an integral part of the strategic approach taken by the Indian Red Cross Society. Young people perform a diverse and important role as innovators, inter-cultural ambassadors, peer educators, community mobilisers, and most importantly, act as agents of behavioral change and advocates for vulnerable people. IRCS, APSB has a very active Junior and Youth Red Cross Volunteer force who are trained in First Aid, Disaster Response and who participate in awareness programmes on health & hygiene awareness, initiatives such as Swachh Bharat, WASH, etc,.
Who can join Junior / Youth Red Cross
  • Those aged between 5 and 30 years
  • Students up to 12 standard or below 18 years of age may join the Junior Red Cross
  • Students in colleges and those aged 18 to 30 years of age may join the Youth Red Cross
Activities of Junior / Youth Red Cross
  • Participate in immunization programmes such as Pulse Polio, Indradhanush, Measles & Rubella campaign etc., and support health care providers in reaching the desired objectives through awareness campaigns on health & hygiene
  • Participate in blood donation camps as donors (18 years & above only) and as motivators
  • Respond to emergencies, cyclones accidents etc,.
  • Participate in ‘Swach Bharat: Programmes, in cleaning of hospitals, statues, roads, sanitation, garbage clearance, tree plantation etc.,
  • Participate in serving those in need of help during festivals & large gatherings. Thousands of Youth Red Cross volunteers served the pilgrims of Godavari & Krishna Pushkarams in the year 2015 & 2016 round the clock for 12 days, rendering services to the old, physiToll Free Noy challenged, women and children
  • Services in the community
  • Rallies
  • Competitions
  • Inter State Camps (Haryana)
  • Our Youth Red Cross contingent participates in the Independence Day and Republic Day Parade at State-level every year
Nurturing young leaders for humanity.
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“Be the change you want to see in the world” - Mahatma Gandhi

JRC/YRC Students have participated in Republic Day, Independence Day parade, Pulse Polio programme, Children�s Day celebrations, distribution of nutritious food for CLHIV+, poster painting, rallies conducted on world AIDS Day, Tree plantation, awareness programmes on health, hygiene, HIV, First Aid Training, Swine Flu, voluntary blood donation motivation, Traffic Rules, Swaatch Bharath, etc.
Indian Red Cross Society
Consolidated Statement of Junior/Youth Red Cross membership and Registration of Schools & Colleges for the period financial year .