Good morning to everyone, I’d like to express my gratitude to the principal, the teachers, and my friends for letting me tell you about blood donation. Blood donation saves lives and helps in the treatment of medical conditions. In addition, it binds individuals despite differences in caste, creed, religion, and other categories. The purpose of World Blood Donor Day is to promote safe blood donation and to inspire individuals to give blood.
There are requirements for blood donation, including being between the ages of 17 and 66, weighing more than 50 kg, and being in good health. Diseases including diabetes, hypertension, and others prevent some people from giving blood.
Blood donation facilitates blood banks’ operations and aids in the urgent blood transfusion of others. Because blood donation necessitates a full medical evaluation and diagnosis, it also teaches us about our bodies. That is a wonderful effort that needs to be supported worldwide. Thank you.