The Red Cross and Red Crescent Day is an annual event celebration, celebrating the principles of “International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement”. It is celebrated every year to pay tribute to the volunteers participated in the event as well as welcome their precious contribution for helping people in need. This is also the day that marks the birthday of the founder of Red Cross, Henry Dunant. World Red Cross Day 2018 will be celebrated all across the world on 8th of May, at Tuesday.
The Red Cross and Red Crescent Day is celebrated by the people on international level to alleviate people’s suffering, enhancing their dignity, protecting their life from emergencies and lots of natural disasters including epidemic diseases, flood and earthquakes. It is celebrated by all the sections of the Red Cross organizations to help people by keeping their fundamental principles, which are humanity, independence, impartiality, neutrality, universality, voluntary and unity.
The Red Cross and Red Crescent Day is celebrated every year using a particular theme of the year to run this campaign very effectively all over the world. The theme of The Red Cross and Red Crescent Day 2018 is “Memorable smiles from around the world”.
XFT, aimed to provide relief to the human beings in suffering pains mentally and physically due to diseases, avails the rehabilitation treatment of diseases caused by stoke, Multiple Sclerosis and other diseases involved brain injury, and helps people regain their confidence in life. From 2000, XFT has launched a series of rehabilitation devices, including clinical equipment and home-used rehabilitation devices, which enable patients to accomplish therapy on their own. G3 Foot Drop System, for instance, has helped numerous patients with foot drop problem regain normal gaits. On her way to become the world’s leading rehabilitation device manufacturer, XFT continuously develops the competence of research and innovation to launch more and more state-of-art rehabilitation devices to upgrade people’s lives, easing their pains and lighting up their smiles.