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Bangladesh Blood Donors

Bangladesh Blood Donors is Not for Profit initiative taken by HRIDS (Human Rights Information & Development Society), a Non Government Organization (Registered under The Society Registration Act of 1860) working towards facilitating the communication between blood donors and recipients since 2001. Initially the activities of Bangladesh Blood Donors was limited to a dedicated website where voluntary donors could register their contact details for public viewing so that relatives/friends of recipients could browse the database and find a donor in his/her locality. The operation was conducted from a home-based office. Recently the operation has been scaled up to increase the size of the database to cater to the ever-increasing demand for safe blood in Bangladesh.

Objectives of Bangladesh Blood Donors

To help safe blood seekers to find voluntary donors in their locality.
To create and foster a blood donation culture by motivating people to donate blood voluntarily.
To provide regular support to patients with diseases like Thalassaemia who need blood periodically.
To educate mass people about the danger of unsafe blood transfusion and blood related diseases with strong emphasis on HIV/AIDS.
To conduct blood donation camp activities in Colleges, Universities and other institutions throughout the year for Blood Banks.
To create a country wide umbrella platform through partnership with voluntary organizations all over the country.
To organize training programs for volunteers.
To help the Government and other regulatory bodies to frame policy / rules / regulations in relation to voluntary blood donation.

Bangladesh Blood Donors  
Adress45 Dilkusha C/A. Room-402 (3rd Floor). Dhaka-1000.
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