The Adeje Convent hosted the event and the presentation of an action plan that begins this month and will culminate on June 14, 2022. It focuses on the dissemination of the project, specifically on social networks. To this end, all municipal areas are involved in the promotion, design and development of campaigns, while Health and Quality organizes talks, conferences and round tables for the general population, as well as training workshops for educational centers. All this, involving the business and associative fabric of the municipality. The objective is to raise awareness among the public about the importance of donating blood with the ultimate aim of attracting donors from Adejeros.
Councilor Amanda Trujillo Bencomo highlighted that receiving the witness “supposes the recognition of our commitment as a people to hemodonation”, after many years of working with the ICHH. In fact, Adeje has a fixed point for blood extraction that is located in the Fañabé Cultural Center.
María Teresa Gutiérrez, president of the Institute, said that events such as the one held yesterday “bring us closer to groups and associations” and “turn them into communication hubs.”