Dubai: UAE Ganiga Samaj organizes blood donation camp

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Dubai, Dec 13: UAE Ganiga Samaj on a revival note and celebrating UAE’s 51st National Day, conducted a Blood Donation Campaign in Latifa Hospital, Blood Donation Centre in Jaddaf on December 11.

There were more than 58 blood donors who came willingly to donate blood on their own as a part of ‘Save A Life’ Campaign developed by the UAE Health Authorities.

Systematically the blood tests were conducted on the ability to donate blood and all precautions were taken by the health authorities before accepting the blood donation. Donors were able to register the previous day in the App provided for going ahead with the blood donation.

Volunteers of the UAE Ganiga Family lead by Ramesh Ganiga were professionally helping the donors with all the facility in arranging registration, checking with all the process and then making the donor relax with fruits, juice and relaxation before they could proceed back.

Suprith, Gautam Bangera, Dinesh Doddanagudde and other members of the Ganiga Family were present during the campaign which was ably assisted by the stalwart Balakrishna Salian who is the main coordinator at the Campaign premises.

Donors will be receiving a ‘Donor Card’ soon which will facilitate them during any future emergency blood requirement.

Blood Donation is a humanitarian act that helps to save the lives of needy patients. Regular blood donation would decrease the possibility of having heart diseases and strokes. It also activates the bone marrow to produce new blood cells. Help the body get rid of excess iron level. Donate blood and save a life and save yourself too.


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