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Project report

  1. 1. Progress Report On: “An Attempt to mAKe UttARA moDeL toWn An IDLe ReSIDenCe” IUBAT-International University of Business Agriculture and Technology 4 Embankment Drive Road, Sector-10, Uttara Model Town, Dhaka-1230 1
  2. 2. Acknowledgement Its gives us immense pleasure to thank a large number of individuals for then cordial cooperation and encouragement who have contributed directly or indirectly in presenting this report. Firstly, we must express our gratitude to our honorable faculty MS. Bilkis Fahmida, our advisor and who has helped us to choose a topic that was of interest and could be more useful to our group. Her guidance helped us to separate the important and necessary details from the unnecessary certainly helped us to stay on the correct track. And last but not the least, I would like to thank the entire wonder person with those people we are worked or working. It is them who made it easy for us to understand the real straggle of life. Without their help and continuous guidance this report might have not been possible. 2
  3. 3. Chapters Introduction Methodology of the report. Target area. Objective of the report. Project Description. Present condition of this project Action of the people. Activities. Findings Result. 3
  4. 4. Donate Your Blood Make Something Difference 4
  5. 5. -: Chapter 01:- Introduce *What is Blood Donation? -A blood donation occurs when a person voluntarily has blood drawn and used for transfusions and/or made into Biopharmaceutical medications by a process called fractionation (separation of whole-blood components). *Who needs Blood transfusion? -Thousands of patients need blood transfusions like patients suffering from hemorrhage due to casualties, surgical procedures and labours; hemophilic patients; patients suffering from chronic anemia and malignancy; thalassemic patients; patients who have had organ transplantation, neonatal jaundice and others. Further, emergency occurs every second. We need to be prepared to face any kind of adversities natural as well as man-made. Our wishes that nobody needs blood by God’s grace, but for those who need 5
  6. 6. blood, we prove to be a life saver. Donating blood is the noblest gift one can offer and we provide a connecting link between the donor and the receiver. Conte… *Why you should donate Blood? - To save a life. Donating blood may be one of the most important things you’ve ever done. - To help the poor patients, who cannot buy when it emergency need. - We should thing, it’s about a life. This accident could be with you or with your any relatives at any time. If you not donate the blood in emergency need when you are able to do, what do you thing, you can collect the blood in your emergency need? May be not, because it’s about luck. - Right now, not enough people donate blood. Only 4 people out of 100 who are able to donate blood do so. 6
  7. 7. - Blood is in constant demand for accident victims, surgery and cancer patients and more. -: Chapter 02:- Methodology of the report For every successful report, we need to collect the data from the appropriate source. Other than it’s hard to make a successful report. *Source of the data. There are two sources of data, like; • Primary source of data. • Secondary source of data. Primary source of data: We collected our primary data by conversation with respective organization, people, and friends and with our parents also. Particular work exposures on different desk of the various locations. Relevant file study as provide by the organization. 7
  8. 8. Secondary source of data: Going through the different documents and papers developed by the Blood donation organization by others source is Secondary source of data. Data also collect observation and public source. We collect the data by using two methods. -: Chapter 03:- Targeted area We target some particular area from where we can get the most suitable information to make this project better and targeted peoples are those whose are suffer from this problem right now. The target area and peoples are as follow: • East West Medical College which is near of our campus. • Shondhani East west medical college branch. • Badhon Dinajpur medical college branch. • Apollo Blood bank, Boshundhora branch 8
  9. 9. • Blood bank • Red crescent society We have targeted those areas to work on this topic. In a short time we cannot finish our work. We are continuously working on this topic. -: Chapter 04:- Objective of the report The objectives of the report are following: To collect the necessary information from suitable source. To encourage the people to donate blood. To contact with some of Medicals and Group whose are work on blood donation. To build up a link or a great connection with them. 9
  10. 10. To conversation with them identify how can work on this topic voluntary. To improve the social and responsibility for blood donation. -: Chapter 05:- Project description Planning: A better planning is the key of success. Without planning on one can be overcome from any kind of problem. The total success of a project depends on a sound planning. we have used different ideas to make our project successful. We discus with our entire team members about this project. Try to find out problems and try to give a solution. 10
  11. 11. Making awareness among our friends first, than in other people. Discus with the Blood donation Organization. And finally save some life by supply the blood or donors. We will arrange some campaign on this topic. Project tour: We are working in different place. Which are directly related to the project. To make our project successful Conte… we are collecting the topic related data by visited different area. With this limited time we cannot finish our project. Our project is in progress. With this limited time we visited those areas. East West Medical College, kamar para, Uttara. Shandhani, East West Medical College baranch. New market blood donation camp with Shandhani. 11
  12. 12. -: Chapter 06:- Present condition of this Project With this limited time, it’s quite impossible to make to done. Our project work is in progress. We are trying to make it done in earlier we can. But to make it earlier we will not make unsuccessful project. We hope for best and we trying to give our 100% to make it successful. -: Chapter 07:- Action of the people There have some common Questions and Concerns about Blood Donation in all the people. We are trying to give some answer of some Questions are follow. 1. “I’m afraid.” A lot of people are scared the first time, but after you make one donation, you’ll wonder why you ever hesitated. There’s really nothing to it! As Haley O”Brien, one of the first 16 year-olds to donate blood in Pennsylvania stated, “Do it, get it done, it doesn’t hurt!” 12
  13. 13. 2. “Will I feel weak for the rest of the day?” Your body will begin to replace the blood you donated immediately. After some cookies and juice, most people resume their regular activities after donating. 3. “I’m too busy to donate.” We understand you are extremely busy. One out of five people who enter a hospital will need a blood transfusion. Blood donation is the act of giving life. Although the whole process can take up to an hour of your time, it can provide an entire lifetime for a local patient. 4. “How many people donate blood?” Only 5% of the population donates blood. If only 10% of the population would donate, it would very possibly eliminate all blood shortages. 5. “Would you want my blood even though I’ve had an illness or am taking medication?” If you have any doubts about your eligibility to donate, you can discuss them with someone from the Blood Bank staff. Most people who feel they can’t give blood because of a medical condition or medication are surprised to find out they CAN donate safely for local patients. 6. “Do I have enough blood to spare?” If you are healthy and weigh at least 110 pounds, you have 10- 12 pints in your body and can easily spare one pint. You should be able to donate regularly every eight weeks without any problem. The fluids in your body are completely 13
  14. 14. replaced 24 hours after donation. 6. “I’m afraid of getting AIDS through blood donation.” There is no way you can be exposed to the AIDS virus by donating blood. All needles and equipment are pre-packaged, sterile and disposable. The blood bank is under strict regulation and nothing is ever re-used on another donor. 8. “I heard it hurts. What can I do to be best prepared to donate?” Most donors say they barely felt anything and they describe blood donation as a slight pinch on the inside of your arm. Eating a good meal and hydrating yourself with caffeine-free drinks helps to make sure your donation experience is a positive one. -: Chapter 08:- Activities Organization activities: For suffering people they are always try to solve the problems in many ways. Some of activities of those organizations are following. Collect the rear Blood group and store it. Supply it in need for free. Arranging regular Blood donation camp in different area. 14
  15. 15. Encourage the people to donate the blood. And many things they are doing. Government activities: On this topic our Government also takes some stapes. Government activities follow. Making awareness among the people Donate money to the poor patients. Arrange camp to donate Blood. Produce the Blood Bank And many things. Our activities: In this short time its nit possible solve above all the problems. We are trying to solve some problems as: At first trying to make awareness among our friends. Making awareness in general people. Visit different organization. Making good connection with them. 15
  16. 16. First target was making awareness among our friends and general people. It’s us believes that we can do it. We continuously are making conversation with them. Not only in our university but we also want to work with many others private university in Dhaka. And this target is in progress. Second target is most important one, that’s not only making awareness but also we will do it practically. We will collect some donor who will donate blood in any time if need. We want to make a organization to work on this topic permanently. (Let’s think sensitively about the victim.) -: Chapter 09:- Findings In this time we are trying to find some problems and solution of those problems. Our findings are following. Problems: 90% peoples afraid to donate blood. 75% peoples don’t have the proper idea about blood donation. For store the blood because it has short life. 16
  17. 17. Timing problems (to find). Rear blood group. Some of organizations make it profitable business. Solution: Making awareness among the people. Talk with them to give proper ideas. Make the donors active or take diction on time. Regular contact with the rear blood group donors. Regular monitoring by the government. (We also can be the victim of this problem at any time. Then, what will we do?) -: Chapter 10:- Result of this work We can not finish our work at this short time. Our project work is in progress. Its report is one kind of project progress report. Till now we are working on this project. We will give our best to make this project successful. 17
  18. 18. May almighty help’s us. 18

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