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More than 230 donors donated blood during the "Donate blood is closer than you think" campaign

The final event of the Donor Volga project "Donate blood is closer than you think" was held in five departments of the Saratov Blood Center. The project is implemented with the support of the Presidential Grants Fund and the Ministry of Internal Policy of the Saratov Region. A total of 234 people applied, 213 donors donated blood, 14 of them for the first time.

More than 600 doses of blood components have been sent to medical institutions. 21 people received a withdrawal from the donation. As a result of the campaign, the active regular donors were identified and received gifts and diplomas.

The certificates were presented by Tatyana Blagovidova, Deputy Chief Physician of the Saratov Blood Center, and Sergey Zamchalov, Director of the Donor Volga NGO. They thanked the donors for participating in the campaign and for helping to develop the donor movement in the Saratov Region.

Tatyana Blagovidova conducted a tour of the donors, monitored the well-being of the donors and observance of safety measures. The heads of the departments of the Blood Center of the Saratov Region Marina Shpak, Tatyana Chirikal, Natalya Mayorova, Andrey Kazankov received donors in their departments, and also thanked them for donating blood and helping people. Donation manager Irina Garina instructed the volunteers on safety measures during the action.

“Volunteers of the Saratov branch of the all-Russian youth public organization “World. Good Deeds”, the regional center “Youth Plus” from the city of Balashov, the Balakovo Medical College took part in the action, gave out souvenirs, booklets to donors, held photoshoots “Thank you, donor”, presented gifts from Donor Volga and thanked donors for their help. Primary and regular donors were awarded the badges according to the number of donations.

The organizers of the action - the autonomous non-profit organization "Donor Volga" - thanked everyone for participation, as well as provided support and assistance in organizing the donor action and for assisting in the development of the donor movement in the region.

From 11 to 13 May, the Permanent Mission of the Republic of Dagestan under the President of the Russian Federation, together with the Blood Center of the FMBA of Russia, hosted a three-day donor event "Dagestan Helps".
Family, health and safety - these are the three priorities in the system of moral values of respondents in the course of the sociological study "Cultural Donor Code", the first results of which were presented at the XIV All-Russian Forum of Blood Services by Elena Stefanyuk, Director of the National Health Fund, Deputy Chairman of the Coordinating Council for Blood Donation under the Civic Chamber of the Russian Federation: 64, 63 and 34 percent, respectively. Self-realization (21%), helping other people (25%), and material wealth (28%) were the lowest values out of the six offered to the respondents for selection.
The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) Russia, together with the Federal Medical Biological Agency (FMBA of Russia), will promote blood and bone marrow donation. The corresponding agreement was signed by the Chairman of ICRC Russia Pavel Savchuk and the head of the FMBA Russia Veronika Skvortsova on April 28 at the All-Russian Forum of the Blood Service.
On April 20, events dedicated to the National Donor Day were held in the Penza Regional Clinical Blood Center.
On March 19 and 26 Pirogov Russian National Research Medical University together with the Blood Center named after O.K. Gavrilov carried out measures for the quarantine of plasma.
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