(VOV) - Nearly 600,000 people are expected to donate at least 301,620 units of blood during a four-month long campaign which was launched on May 8.
(VOV) - Hanoi expects to collect 500 units of blood at a blood donation day on April 5.
Vice President Nguyen Thi Doan launched the 2013 Red Spring Festival in Hanoi on March 3, an annual event promoting blood donation to help patients in need.
(VOV) - A blood donation campaign known as the Red Spring festival will be held at the My Dinh National Stadium in Hanoi on March 3.
(VOV) - Hanoi will host the fifth blood donation day on January 20 in an effort to support hospitals in saving patients during the upcoming lunar New Year (Tet) festival.
(VOV) - More than 1,000 volunteers gathered in Hanoi to attend the inauguration ceremony of the “Voluntary Heart” festival on November 25.
(VOV) - Approximately 10,000 people will participate in a blood donation festival, launched at Hanoi Industrial University on November 24.
(VOV) -A blood donation festival for cancer patients themed ‘Like Sunflowers’, was held in Hanoi on October 21.
(VOV) - A ceremony awarding Hessen scholarships to 66 outstanding students from Hanoi and neighbouring provinces was held at Van Mieu (Temple of Literature) in Hanoi on October 5.
About 3,000 people have registered to donate blood at an annual autumn festival which was launched in Hanoi on September 16.
More than 6,000 Youth Union members joined the Youth Blood Donation Festival 2012, which was held in Hanoi on August 26 by the Hanoi Blood Donation Youth Association and the Central Institute for Hematology and Blood Transfusion.
More than 4,000 blood donors on July 22 formed a huge drop of blood with the national flag at the centre.
More than 23,000 units of blood have been donated since the Red Spring festival was launched in 2008.
The WHO has highlighted the crucial improvements Vietnam has made to encourage more people to donate blood across the country.
A large number of young people and students in Hanoi joined the “I Like Giving” festival on June 10, aiming to encourage the community to donate blood to save people’s lives.