Every year, this day is observed to raise awareness about the importance of blood donation and to honor the contributions of unpaid blood donors in saving lives.
New Delhi: Every year on June 14, the World Blood Donor Day is commemorated all over the world. Every year, this day is observed to raise awareness about the importance of blood donation and to honor the contributions of unpaid blood donors in saving lives.
This year, the World Health Organization (WHO) has concluded that “blood donation is an act of solidarity.” The tagline and subject for this year’s Blood Donor Day is “Join the effort and save lives.”
On June 14, Karl Landsteiner’s birthday is commemorated as World Blood Donor Day. The World Health Organization first proposed and created this day on June 14, 2004. (WHO). At the 58th World Health Assembly in May 2005, WHO and its 192 member states launched Blood Donor Day to encourage all countries throughout the world to recognize blood donors for their selfless actions and for saving people’s lives.
Many countries still lack an appropriate supply of safe blood, and guaranteeing that there is enough and clean blood is quite difficult. The purpose of World Blood Donor Day is to raise awareness about the necessity of blood donation and to thank the many people who donate their blood to save others’ lives.
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