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someone who gives blood to be used for transfusions

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Organisers ensured that the blood donation procedure was easy for everyone.
"Blood donation campaigns are key to raising awareness on the importance of regular blood donation to ensure a healthy life," added Bin Shafar.
Facebook (FB) launched its blood donation feature in 2017 and in Pakistan last year.
According to the WHO report, the proportion of repeat, voluntary, non-remunerated blood donation in the Kingdom is 65.3 percent, which "will keep the prevalence of transfusion-transmissible infections among blood donors at much lower levels than in the general population."
Zaheer praised Pakistan's 'strong national culture of altruism' as one factor that is helping to boost blood donations in the country.
Mr Majere also encouraged people all over the country to voluntarily and regularly donate blood, saying 60 per cent of blood donation comes from youth in schools.
Fauzia Saeed, PRC's Blood Collection In-charge, said, "We are pleased to collaborate with Nestle for this blood donation drive, and look forward to setting up similar donation camps at its sites across the country."
A simple blood donation can save a life, and the American Red Cross has made it as easy as possible for donors to give blood.
Melanie Sionzon and PBC mobile blood donation chief Dr.
Blood donation is a good deed act as there is always a need for a supply of blood for people undergoing major surgery or having been involved in serious accidents, and so each donor plays an important role in the blood supply chain.
635 blood donation campaigns were launched last year and that 11,118 blood units were distributed to private sector hospitals Image Credit: Getty
Blood donation trend were found high among male s (75.6%) than females (24.4%) and availability of Rh negative blood bags was high among male donors (7.5%) than female (1.7%).
KARACHI -- Inspector General Police (IGP) Sindh Dr Kaleem Imam on Friday stressed the need of coordinated efforts to eliminate thalassaemia from society and pledged to hold blood donation camps in each districts of the Sindh province to provide blood to thalassaemia suffering children.
BAHAWALPUR:A three-day blood donation awareness seminar was held at Government Sadiq College Women University Bahawalpur here Wednesday.