Wednesday, 31 May 2023

World No Tobacco Day 2023

Today is World No Tobacco Day, a momentous occasion to raise awareness about the harmful effects of tobacco and promote a tobacco-free society. 

Here are some tips that will help you. Please do share these tips with someone who needs them. 

✅ Quit for good. If you smoke, make a commitment to quit today. Seek support from friends, family, or professional resources to help you.

✅ Know the risks. Educate yourself about the harmful effects of tobacco use, including increased risks of cancer, heart disease, and respiratory issues. Awareness is the first step towards making a positive change.

✅ Find healthier alternatives. To quit smoking, explore healthier alternatives like nicotine replacement therapy, counselling, or support groups. These can greatly improve your chances of successfully quitting.

✅ Create a smoke-free environment. If you're a non-smoker, ensure your home and workplace are smoke-free zones. Support policies that ban smoking in public places to protect the health of everyone.

✅ Spread the word. Use the power of social media to raise awareness about the dangers of tobacco use. Share informative posts, statistics, and personal stories to encourage others to join the tobacco-free movement.

✅ Support others in their journey to quit. Offer a helping hand to friends or family members who want to quit smoking. Provide them with resources, encouragement, and understanding during their challenging moments.

✅ Practice stress management. Many people turn to smoking as a way to cope with stress. Explore healthy stress-relief techniques such as exercise, meditation, or engaging in hobbies to manage stress effectively.

✅ Celebrate milestones. If you've successfully quit smoking or know someone who has, celebrate their achievements. Share success stories to inspire others and show that a tobacco-free life is possible.

✅ Stay committed. Quitting smoking may have ups and downs, but don't give up. Stay committed to your decision and remind yourself of the benefits you'll experience as a non-smoker.

✅ Be a role model. If you're a non-smoker, be a positive influence on others. Lead by example, support tobacco-free policies, and encourage a healthy, smoke-free lifestyle.

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Saturday, 1 May 2021

Blood Donation Request from Aahuti Welfare Society, Delhi

मेरे अजीज़ दोस्तो, हमारे समाज में तेजी से फैल रही इस कोरोना महामारी ने हमें और हमारे अपनो को बहुत तकलीफ दी है, इस तकलीफ से सबक लेते हुए हमे आगे की तैयारी मजबूती से करनी होगी। इस समय कोरोना महामारी  के कारण काफी सारे ब्लड डोनर्स , ब्लड डोनेट नही कर पा रहे है, ब्लड डोनेशन कैंप भी नहीं लग पा रहे है, इसलिए मेरा आहुति वेलफेयर सोसाइटी दिल्ली के सभी सदस्यों से तथा अन्य साथियों से आग्रह है कि जो भी ब्लड डोनेट करने के इच्छुक हो, वो अपने आसपास के किसी भी सुरक्षित ब्लड बैंक में जाकर ब्लड डोनेट अवश्य करे और रक्तदान से लोगो की जिंदगी बचाने का पुनीत कार्य करे। कोरोना प्रोटोकॉल का जरूर पालन करे। धन्यवाद।


—  मुकेश गुप्ता (प्रेजिडेंट),
आहुति वेलफेयर सोसाइटी, दिल्ली 

My dear friends, the current pandemic situation has adversely affected us as well as our loved ones. Learning from this pandemic we need to be ready for future situations too. Due to the current situation, the majority of blood donors would not be able to donate blood, blood donations camps are also not being held. This is why it is my humble request to all those interested members and friends of the Aahuti Welfare Society to donate their blood to the nearest blood bank safely. Your act of donating blood will save many lives. Also, please follow the proper protocols of the pandemic. 
Thank You. 


— Mukesh Gupta (President)
Aahuti Welfare Society

Saturday, 3 February 2018

2nd Health Checkup Camp at DDUC, Dwarka | A Report

दिनांक 02 फरवरी 2018 को एक मुफ्त हेल्थ चेक-अप कैंप (छात्राओ हेतु) का आयोजन दीन दयाल उपाध्याय कॉलेज में किया गया .जिसमे डॉक्टर स्मृति (Dietician) ने छात्राओ को स्वास्थय सम्बन्धित जानकारी दी तथा स्वस्थ रहने के लिए महत्वपूर्ण उपाय बतायेI  

Thursday, 1 February 2018

2nd Health Checkup Camp at DDU College, University of Delhi

Aahuti Welfare Society, Delhi is proud to announce a Free Health Checkup Camp for the Girl Students of Deen Dayal Upadhyaya College, University of Delhi.

The Schedule of the event is given below: 

Date - Feb 2, 2018 
Time - 10:00 AM to 3:00 PM 
Place- DDU College, Delhi University 

Dr. Smita Kumari (Gynaecologist from Delhi State Cancer Institute, Dilshad Garden) & Dr. Smriti Saha (Dietician from VIVACity Clinic, GK 2 Enclave) would be present during the camp for attending the girl students. 

All the Girl Students of DDUC are requested to please Join the camp and make it successful.

Please RSVP at our Public Facebook Event.

Short Link to this Page —

Thursday, 14 September 2017

7th Blood Donation Camp at DDU College, Dwarka | A Report

Aahuti Welfare Society, Delhi successfully organised a Blood Donation Camp at Deen Dayal Upadhyaya College, Dwarka on Thursday, Sep 14th, 2017. Total 121 units of Blood collected. The Blood Donation Camp started at 9:30 A.M. and last up to 3:30 P.M. Camp was supported by Indian Red Cross Society, Delhi. Special Thanks to volunteers of NSS, DDUC. Camp was sponsored by Virgo Group of Industries.

Tuesday, 12 September 2017

7th Blood Donation Camp at DDU College, Dwarka

Hello Everyone !
We are excited to announce that Aahuti Welfare Society, Delhi will going to organise it's 7th Blood Donation Camp at Deen Dayal Upadhyaya College, Dwarka as per the given schedule:

Date - Sept 14, 2017
Time - 9:30 AM to 3:30 PM
Venue - Library Hall, 5th Floor, 
DDU College, Delhi University 

This Blood Donation Camp is proudly sponsored by Virgo Group of Industries, supported by Indian Red Cross Society and helpful volunteers of NSS, DDU College

Saturday, 28 January 2017

Blood Donation FAQs | For First Time Donors

Can I Donate Blood?
Any Healthy Person, 18 to 60 years age with a weight of at least 45 kg can donate blood.

Blood Donation Frequently Asked Question For First Time Blood Donors