Blood cannot be manufactured in factories; it can only come from generous donors. To cater to this demand, NISTHA was launched on 14th June, 2010 with an unparalleled objective of solving the problem of blood shortage in our locality. The man with a pious heart to serve the mankind who donated the land to erect a permanent structure of NISTHA is none other than Sri Purnachandra Tripathy, a native of Khandahatha village.

According to WHO data, India faces a shortage of 3 million blood units. This shortage can easily be eliminated if only an additional 2% of India's youth donates blood. To make this possible, NISTHA acts as a channel connecting voluntary blood donors with those who need blood. It is a youth-run organization and provides free help and specially works to target the poor and the needy.

Since its inception, the organization has grown a lot in terms of working for this cause, NISTHA has developed a 360 degree solution to the problem of blood shortage.

Mission & Vision

  • Ensuring continuous, sufficient blood supply to blood banks through blood donation camps and weekly donations.
  • Improving awareness by organizing Street Plays, Info-Talks, Competitions.
  • Helping those in dire need by operating an emergency 24x7 helpline.
  • Establishing a network of youth across the country to lead the movement.
  • We save lives: Each unit of blood collected can save 3-4 lives.
  • We help the poor and the needy: We organize camps mainly with govt. blood banks which cater to the poor.
  • We help for free- always: We provide helpline support for free for 24 hours daily, 365 days a year.
  • We provide a complete solution: We provide a 360 degree solution to the problem (camps, awareness, helpline).
  • We innovate camps by making them theme-based, using social media and by disincentivizing donation, making it voluntary.


  • Regular blood donation in different places within and outside the state.
  • Blood donation on demand in different places within and outside the state.
  • Distribution of bicycles, hearing aid to the eligible handicaps.
  • Rehabilitation of homeless individuals.
  • Organisation of Eye-Donation camp.
  • Adoption and treatment of very poor patients suffering from very fatal diseases such as Cancer.
  • Financial support to poor people.