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Some of the Misconceptions in Donating Blood – By Club25Nepal

// March 18th, 2014 // Blog

A small effort from Club 25 Nepal in awaking those who have mis-understanding in Blood Donation.. Donate Blood: Save Life Every Blood Donor is a Hero.  

What blood types can be given in an operation?

// February 25th, 2014 // Blog

When a transfusion is given, it’s preferable for patients to receive blood of the same ABO and Rh(D) group. However, in an emergency, if the required blood group isn’t available, a patient may be given another group as shown below.

A nice motivational ad from Singapore

// February 24th, 2014 // Blog

Interesting Blood Facts

// February 24th, 2014 // Blog

Two million red blood cells die every second. There are approximately 100,000 miles of blood vessels in the human body. Seven percent of a humans body weight is made up of blood. In the early nineteenth century some advertisements claimed that riding the carousel was good for the circulation of blood. Each day 400 gallons […]

Blood Donation Camps

  • An emergency blood donation camp was organised by Rotaract District Nepal and Children for Green New Nepal on 12th Oct 2014 at Mangalbazar. The program was inaugurated by Chief Guest Mahatma Chameli Baiji, Lata Baiji from Nepal Manav Dharma Sewa Samiti  and Mrs. Mahendra Bilash Joshi, president of Blood Donors Association. About 49 pints of blood was collected during the event.

    Usually, there is acute shortage of blood in the blood bank during Dashain Tihar holidays when majority of the people are not available in the valley. To overcome such shortage, these kind of emergency blood donation camps plays a very important role to those who are in real need of blood even when there is shortage of blood in the blood bank.

  • World Blood Donor Day donation camp

    2070/2/25, Saturday, 10:00 AM

    A blood donation camp was held at Bhimsengola on the occassion of World Blood Donor Day 2013.  The program was jointly organised by Subharambha Youth Club and Prayeshwor Youth Club under the supervision of Blood Donors Association Nepal. Co-organizers for the event were Youth for Human Rights International Nepal Chapter, Listeren’s Club Nepal, Desh Darshan, Scouting 4Peace and Mirmire Yuba Samaj.

    The programs aimed to collect 200 pints of blood.

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