Saint Paul Institute in collaboration with the National Blood Transfusion Center (NBTC) organized a Blood Donation program.
- March 07, 2019
"Donate Blood to save lives"
So far, we have observed that the St. Paul Institute has paid much attention to social work by providing food, materials to the needy, as well as participating in humanitarian activities through the donations of blood every year.
For instance, on March 6, 2019, the St. Paul Institute in collaboration with the National Blood Transfusion Center (NBTC) has organized a blood donation program with the participation of staff and students of the SPI.
The program was aimed at sharing the love and getting blood to help victims of accidents, births, and other accidents because we currently have a shortage of blood to keep up for urgent needs.
Mr. Khai Sok Heng, Deputy Head of the Technical Office of the National Blood transfusion Center said, “Students at SPI are very much interested in participating in humanitarian activities as well as maintaining their good behavioral order during the donation process. In addition, he hopes that the Institute will further cooperate with the National Blood Transfusion Center to help victims who need blood.
As a result, we observed that many of our students volunteered to donate blood to the National Blood Transfusion Center today. This confirms that our students have become more aware of the benefits of charity from one year to one year.
The Saint Paul Institute wishes to thank all students who have volunteered to donate blood, especially the National Blood Transfusion Center, which has collaborated to create this program.