Red Ribbon is the global symbol created in 1991 in New York, it stands for solidarity with people living with HIV and AIDS and aimed at uniting the people in the common fight against the disease. Red stands for love, blood and a sign of warning not to ignore one of the biggest problems of the world.
Red Ribbon Clubs are envisaged to install among all the students in the educational institutions values of service, develop healthy life styles and increase access to safe and adequate qualities of blood to all the needy by promotion of regular voluntary blood donation. RRC aims at harnessing the potential of the youth by equipping them with correct information on Mental Health, Substance Abuse, Nutrition and Reproductive and Sexual Health and building their capacities as peer educators in spreading messages on positive health behaviour in an enabling environment.
The RRC has been functioning in Govt. Mizoram Law College since 2006. All the students are members of Red Ribbon Club and are expected to participate in any kind of awareness campaign within the campus. The RRC had been carrying out voluntary blood donation camp every year successfully till date.
Activities of Red Ribbon Club
2.Voluntary Blood Donation Club
3.Training of Peer Educators
4.HIV/AIDS Awareness Campaign
5.Observed World Aids Day