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World Blood Donor Day

World Blood Donor Day was observed on June 14 with the aim of creating awareness about need for safe blood and life-saving components of blood which is required for transfusion. Theme of day 2021 This year, world blood donor day is being celebrated under theme- “Give blood and keep the world beating”. Background World Blood ..

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June 14: World Blood Donor Day

Every year, World Blood Donor Day is celebrated on June 14. The day is celebrated to thank voluntary blood donors and also raise awareness about the need for regular blood donations. This year the World Blood Donor Day is celebrated under the theme Theme: Safe Blood Saves Lives Highlights The World Blood Donor Day event ..

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World Immunization Week

Every year, last week of April is marked as the World Immunization Week. The Week is celebrated to increase awareness of immunization. This year, the week is being marked under the theme Theme: Vaccines work for All Immunization According to the World Health Organization, immunization can help protect from 25 different infectious disease-causing agents or ..

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April 25: World Malaria Day

Every year, on April 25, the World Malaria Day is being marked by several international organizations including World Health Organization. This year, the day is being marked under the theme Theme: Zero Malaria Starts with me Highlights The World Malaria Day is marked to mobilize resources to control Malaria, to keep Malaria high on political ..

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14 June: World Blood Donor Day observed

The World Blood Donor Day (WBDD) was celebrated around the world on 14 June 2019. Theme for 2019 was- Safe blood for all. About World Blood Donor Day Background: In May 2005, during 58th World Health Assembly (WHA), ministers of health from all around the world unanimously declared their commitment and support towards voluntary blood ..

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