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The purpose of the project is to develop a sustainable Malawi Blood Transfusion Service (MBTS) and ensure that it is able to provide adequate supplies of safe blood and blood products to meet the needs of all patients in all hospitals in Malawi. The MBTS will work with all Central, District and relevant hospitals in the public and private sector, College of Medicine, clinical laboratories and their staff, clinicians and related projects and the Blood Donor Associations of Malawi (BDAM), in order to provide a safe and adequate blood supply to all those in need.
World Blood Donor Day is a worldwide annual celebration established by a collaboration of key global organizations, such as the World Health Organization (WHO) and the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent (IFRCRCS), to honour and thank those people who donate their blood on a voluntary, unpaid basis to give the most precious gift of all – the Gift of Life. World Blood Donor Day is held every year on the 14th June. The focus of World Blood Donor Day is on the youth . It is hoped that the new generation of youth will follow the example previous generations, providing the safest blood possible for use whenever and wherever it is needed to save lives.
The availability of safe blood for all patients who require transfusion depends on the extraordinary generosity of those individuals who donate it. On World Blood Donor Day, we salute and congratulate them all.
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