Current Affairs
Have you ever thought of donating an organ after death?

Christmas is almost with us and one can already admire the Christmas decorations in various localities, including Valletta City. We are also thinking abour presents for Chrismas. But apart from the materialistic aspect of the festive season, have you ever thought of donating an organ after death?

Organ donation after death is an altruistic gesture, that doesn’t cost money and generally such a noble gesture may suddenly improve a person’s life.

In order to inform the public better on the various benefits related to organs donation, the director of the Health Care Standards Directorate, Patricia Galea, stated that when a person receives a transplant, such as that of a kidney, cornea or heart transplant, he or she is doing a gesture similar to reviving that person.

There are currently 20,000 organ donors and the target is that these will increase to 25,000 by Christmas.

If you are interested to being one of these 5,000 people or need more information, you may visit your locality’s local council. To register as a donor, a person may take a form from the local council or access this site with e-ID:

Id-Donazzjoni Tal-Organi

Bħalissa hemm 20,000 donatur tal-organi, il-mira hi ta' 25,000 sal-Milied.Lest li tkun wieħed minn dawk il 5,000?TVAM kuljum fuq Television Malta mis-7am sa 9am flimkien ma' Quinton Scerri u Clara Farrugia#tvam #breakfastshow #television #malta #followupAra aktar episodji hawnhekk

Gepostet von Television Malta am Mittwoch, 20. November 2019


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