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Jumat, 12 Februari 2010

Indonesian blood bank stocks critically low!

Indonesian blood bank stocks critically low!: Only about 5 in 1,000 Indonesians donate blood each year. This compares to 14 out of every 1,000 in Malaysia; 24 in Singapore and 68 in Japan. In a country where diseases such as dengue fever and natural disasters are tragically very common, it is vital that a high level of blood stocks are maintained at all times. And it especially needs more donors for rarer type blood types such as AB. So Indonesia needs everyone to help organize regular blood donations – whether at your company or in your street or complex. If you can help, please contact Palang Merah (Red Cross) Indonesia here.

(Source : http://www.whatsnewjakarta.com/newsletter/2010/index.htm)

 

Boks,

Jangan nyinyir ini itu tapi ga pernah took action. This is your time.

Ayo donor darah! Jangan alesan ini itu! Ga penting!

Malu! Tauk! Malu!  Berangkat sana donor darah.

 

3 komentar:

AL mengatakan...

i...iya, Bu...
(Galak euy :))

Mithya mengatakan...

Pacar gue magang di PMI nih lama-lama.

Kamu jadi yang cuap-cuap di acara-acara aja hun. Ngajakin orang-orang donor darah. Aku aja ngga inget lho jamannya sekolah diajarin pentingnya donor darah...

Lushka mengatakan...

Ahahahaha. Al, ayo berangkat sanaaa! Hehe
@mithya, he eh niy lama-lama. Ada lowongan ga xa?hehe