Beirut.com included our mobile app "DSC Lebanon" in their February 20th article "Five Apps Every Beiruti Should Download". We are delighted to read that! Thank you for the mention and the review: "When disaster strikes, blood donations can be a matter of life or death for the less fortunate. This is the app of NGO … Continue reading Beirut.com Includes Us In The Top 5 Mobile Apps Every Beiruti Should Have!
Thank you Annahar for posting about our Ashoora blood drive on November 14. Thank you Gino's blog for mentioning us as well in your article "Ashoora In Nabatieh".
Who are they? For those who have been living under a rock lately, Donnez Sang Compter is a Lebanese NGO that promotes the cause of blood donation in Lebanon. They have created a huge network of healthy donors who are able to answer emergency calls when needed. Also, they spread awareness about their cause. You’d be surprised to find out how limited our knowledge is when it comes to blood donation (those of us not majoring in medicine of course). Who can donate? How many times a year? How does it affect the donor? Are the typical FAQ we obsess about. But we forget to ask how it will change the receiver’s life, and that is a life that will be saved. Imagine someone you love dearly that dies only because there wasn’t a matching donor available or it took too much time to find one. That’s a death that…
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Check out Plus961's post about our new mobile blood bank: Donner Sang Compter’s Mobile Blood Bank Thank you for the support!
Check out this article about our bus by Blog Baladi: DSC's Mobile Blood Bank Thank you for the support!
Beirut, Blood and Twitter Lebanon experienced a horrific bomb explosion on Friday October 19, 2012 that took the lives of 3 people and injured 110. You can read more about this tragic event here. This was a nationwide shock, but amidst the furor, one event drew my attention. This event can be summarized in one tweet: … Continue reading “Beirut, Blood and Twitter” by Mohamad Jouni