Ministry Of Health, Nutrition & Indigenous Medicine – Launch of Donor Programme
Founded in 2007, the KTSF entered into a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Health Ministry to develop a National Organ Donor Programme and related activities such as a Cadaveric Transplant Programme etc. This has helped to save the lives of many patients.
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Be An Organ Donor & Save A Life
Your contribution can make a difference
Every LIVE Donor, is first subjected to a series of tests, not only to match the tissues of the patient, but to ensure that the Donor is 100% healthy. It is not our intention to save a patient at the cost of endangering the life of the Donor. The transplant takes place only thereafter.
you will be directed to the full donation form
After death donations
Even after death, your Organs matter
After an accident, if a patient placed on a hospital ventilator is declared
“brain dead”, the heart, 2 Kidneys, Liver, Pancreas, Lungs and Intestines can be harvested.
Natural deaths allow the Eyes & Tissues, etc to be harvested.
A Single death can save upto 8 lives and help 50 other patients to become healthy again.
After Death Donations are currently directed to the Human tissue Bank