UNICEF in collaboration with the European Union and the non-profit foundation Reach for Change,...
mHealth solution using digital networks to increase reliable blood donation in Ghana to guarantee safe motherhood for healthy childhood.
Providing free access to curated e-content from qualified medical practitioners through live chats, virtual clinics, daily health tips etc.
Matching feature allows quick identification and contacting of potential donors in case of emergencies and National Disasters.
FAQ’s – Benefits of Blood Donation
When blood is withdrawn, the donor’s body immediately begins to replenish the lost blood.Replenishing blood can be good for the body. New cells are produced in the bone marrow within 48 hours of donation, and all of the red blood cells the donor loses during donation are completely replaced within one to two months. Therefore, donating blood helps to stimulate the production of new blood cells. This process of replenishment can help your body stay healthy and work more efficiently.
Smart use of data management tools to make blood drives more efficient.
Allows the National Blood Service to improve its ability to manage data and mobilise blood donors.
The NBS is able to reach donors in its database through push notifications, SMS, and IVR soon to be added
One blood donation can save three lives.
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Tip from Moja Doctor
TIPS FOR A SUCCESSFUL DONATION
Donating blood is a simple procedure. From the time you arrive till the time you leave (filling forms, screening, donation and refreshment) is about an hour. The donation process itself takes 12-15 minutes. Unless there is a large number of people waiting to donate, then you might be required to stay a little longer. However, there are some few recommendations you need to follow before donation:
- Maintain a healthy iron level in your diet by eating iron-rich foods.
- Get a good night’s sleep.
- Get hydrated. You need to drink lots of water and other nutritious fluid
- Avoid fatty foods such as burgers, fries or ice cream before donating.
- Do not forget to eat your full breakfast before arriving at the blood bank
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