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Registration of Blood Donors During the #ShowYourLove Blood Donation Campaign 2019
Blood Donors at Nairobi CBD
World Blood Donor Day
It’s safe and it saves
The Kenya National Blood Transfusion Service (KNBTS) was established in the year 2000 within the Ministry of Health.
Its mandate is to collect, test, process and distribute blood and blood products to all transfusing hospitals in Kenya.
Use our Clinic map to find a blood bank close to you
Find information on giving blood and take our quick eligibility quiz
What to do before, during and after donating blood.
Blood group basics, interesting facts,testing, what blood is used for etc.
The donation process from the time you arrive at the Center till you leave
You need to complete a very simple registration form which contains all required contact information needed to begin the donation process
A drop of blood from your finger will be taken for a simple test to ensure that your blood iron levels are suitable for donating blood
After passing the screening test successfully, you will be directed to a donor bed for donation. This takes between 6-10 minutes only
You can stay in the waiting area until you feel strong enough to leave our center. You will receive some refreshments from us in donation zone.
Blood is tested for HIV, Hepatitis A & B among other infections
Collect your results at the KNBTS center nearest to where you donated blood from.
"Every 10 minutes, about 7 Kenyans need blood"
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Donating blood makes me feel good knowing that I have saved lives with a priceless commodity, it gives me great satisfaction. I donate blood to give back to my community.
Highest Donor in Kenya. Has donated 81 times since 1983
Blood donation is the biggest gift one can give to humanity. People should give freely because it is given freely to them by God.
I would like to thank blood donors whose gift of life have given me an opportunity to be alive today. I also commend the Kenya National Blood Transfusion Service for making the supply available to me and others in need.
“Just 3 teaspoonfuls of your blood are enough to save the life of a premature baby”
“Give blood save life”