Blood Bank Drives

MoU between UW and Jamila Sultana Foundation

Blood Drives are a life-saving tradition at UW and are conducted on regular basis. The University has also signed an MOU with Jamila Sultana Foundation. Student Camps are organized on blood demand for transfusion to registered patients at the Foundation.

An MoU was signed between University of Wah and Jamila Sultana Foundation (JSF) on 28 November, 2017 in Seminar Hall-UW. Col Tauqir Abbas (Retd.), Director Jamila Sultana Foundation and Registrar University of Wah signed the MoU on their institutions’ behalf. Senior management and faculty members from UW were also present at the occasion. Col Tauqir Abbas (Retd.) introduced the JSF and explained its major objectives. He told the audience that JSF is devoted to combat Thalassemia as National Cause. He proposed that a screening process needs to be introduced to ensure prevention of Thalassemia. University of Wah will extend support to patients and ensure blood donation camps in regular intervals. Both the institutions are collaborating with each other to achieve their common objective of fostering prevention and awareness of this disease among the students. JSF Blood Bank will also meet the blood requirements of the regular donors and their extended families in case of emergencies. Vice Chancellor University of Wah appreciated the efforts of JSF and extended full support of the University of Wah for the noble cause. He directed Directorate of Students’ Affairs to create awareness among student body through Social Services Club of University of Wah.