Data de publicação:08.05.2024<Voltar

A GeRisk PARABENIZA aos ANIVERSARIANTES desta Quarta-Feira, 08 de Maio, em Especial os Colegas do CEP 81: MAURICIO BARBIERI e MAX GABBAY. LEMBRAMOS que Hoje é o Dia Internacional da CRUZ VERMELHA, Dia do TURISMO, da VITÓRIA, do ARTISTA PLÁSTICO, da TALASSEMIA e também do CÂNCER DE OVÁRIO, dentre muitas outras Datas Mundo Afora. Fique por dentro . . .

Today, Tomorrow, Together. Queremos e Podemos Ajudar.

ANIVERSÁRIO é ponto significativo em nossa TRAJETÓRIA, marcando as memórias que acumulamos ao longo da VIDA. Pode simbolizar também o INÍCIO de um NOVO CICLO.

Desejamos que esta NOVA FASE lhe seja plena de CONQUISTAS, ALEGRIAS e Momentos MEMORÁVEIS.

Today, Tomorrow, Together. We Want and Can Help.

BIRTHDAY is a significant point in our JOURNEY, marking the memories we accumulate throughout LIFE. It can also symbolize the BEGINNING of a NEW CYCLE. We wish that this NEW PHASE be full of ACHIEVEMENTS, JOYS, and MEMORABLE Moments.

International Red Cross Day, National Tourism Day, Victory Day, Plastic Artist Day, Thalassemia Day, and Ovarian Cancer Day

Birthdays of the Day: MAURICIO BARBIERI de Morais (CEP 81) and MAX Simon GABBAY (CEP 81)

INTERNATIONAL RED CROSS DAY: honors the Founder of the Organization working in humanitarian assistance, Henry Dunant (Nobel Peace Prize laureate), born on 08/05/1828. Founded in 1863, the Red Cross aims to protect the lives and dignity of people affected by armed conflicts and natural disasters. Based in Geneva, it has over 16,000 people in 80 countries worldwide.

NATIONAL TOURISM DAY: commemorates May 8, 1916, when the State of Paraná requested the expropriation of land near the Iguaçu Falls. This act aimed to create the Iguaçu National Park, which became a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It also marks the creation of EMBRATUR in 1966.

VICTORY DAY: celebrates the end of World War II. The greatest conflict in history ended with the Nazi German surrender on May 8, 1945.

PLASTIC ARTIST DAY: celebrates all Brazilian artists, especially the painter José Ferraz de Almeida (1850-1899) Junior, who was born on this day and was one of the most important Brazilian artists of the 19th century.

THALASSEMIA DAY: The origin of the date goes back to the founding of TIF (Thalassaemia International Federation), a global organization dedicated to improving the quality of life of people affected by this disease, which affects millions of people worldwide, especially in the Middle East, South Asia, and Southeast Asia.

Thalassemia is an inherited blood disorder characterized by abnormal production of hemoglobin, the protein responsible for oxygen transport in the blood. People with the disease experience symptoms such as anemia, fatigue, heart problems, and growth issues.

WORLD OVARIAN CANCER DAY: A day dedicated to raising awareness about this disease, its causes, symptoms, prevention methods, and treatment. It aims to educate the public about risk factors associated with ovarian cancer, such as family history, advanced age, reproductive history, and genetic mutations. Additionally, it aims to raise awareness of symptoms such as abdominal swelling and pain, pelvic pain, difficulty eating or feeling full quickly, changes in bowel or urinary habits, among others.