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Thousands CC of blood donated to security forces

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Thousands CC of blood donated to security forces
 KABUL: Leading body and employees of ministry of information and culture donated yesterday 27,000 CC of their blood for the country’s defense and security forces.
While donating his blood, acting minister of information and culture Prof. Mohammad Rasoul Bawari said war in most areas of Afghanistan has imposed on the people and as a result of the imposed war in the country, a number of our countrymen in particular security forces were sustained injuries.
“Those who cannot take part in frontline of the imposed war can help and save the life of security forces by donatingblood to them,” said Bawari, adding that the leading body and employees of the information and culture ministry granted thousands CC of their blood for the support of the country’s national defense and security forces.  Meanwhile, deputy minister of finance, administrative and tourism for information and culture Associate Prof. Sayeda Mojgan Mustafavi while donating her blood asked employees of the ministry and all other people of Afghanistan to support the country’s security forces and victim families by donating their blood to them.
Head of blood bank Enayatullah Hashimi while praising leading body and employees of the ministry for donating their blood to security forces’ injured personnel asserted the collected blood would save the life of those security personnel who are defending the country and got injured. It is worth mentioning that the campaign of MoIC for donating blood will continue in institutions relevant to the ministry. 
The Kabul Times 

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essay typer 17/11/2017
I've seen a few comments here about how inconvenient it can be to donate blood and I'm sure there's a lot of variation in the efficiency of different organizations. I find though that donating through Red Cross drives held on the campus where I work is incredibly easy. Although an appointment isn't necessary, I'll always make one. The morning of my donation, I'll answer the questions online before coming to the drive. By downloading the Red Cross donor app onto my phone, I can streamline the check in process. I'm usually on a table in the bloodmobile with a needle in my arm 10-15 minutes after arriving. Those of you who were put off by past experiences, please give it another try, things may have changed since your last visit. There's a constant need and I can think of few things in my life that are more satisfying than giving blood.
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