The participants will be divided into four teams serving general medical check-ups, digital transformation work, screening for non-communicable diseases, and blood and organ donation activities.

At the launch ceremony of the volunteer campaign in Hanoi on March 18

According to Nguyen Huu Tu, VYPA Vice Chairman and General Secretary, the campaign aims to provide direct medical consultations and examinations for over 100,000 people, its AI-based health screening expected to reach about 1 million individuals. The initiative will educate approximately 1 million youths on preventing non-communicable diseases and offer financial or medical assistance to at least 1,000 underprivileged people. The campaign also seeks to encourage 10,000 people to register for organ donation.

As part of its launch ceremony on May 18, more than 2,000 residents in Hanoi, including veterans, policy beneficiaries, the poor, and workers without contracts, received basic blood tests, chest X-rays, ultrasounds diagnosis, electrocardiograms, and general screenings for lung and heart diseases, among others.

This year, the program, run by the Ho Chi Minh Youth Communist Union and VYPA for the 14th year, has the longest duration compared to previous editions.

Source: VNA