There are 365 days in a calendar year. 

 Just suppose, If every day is productive and celebrate. The world will be so active and amazing if every day of the year is dedicated to some cause. 

United Nations is the most authentic body to declare as a world celebration day and then all member countries observe these days. Currently, there are around 157 days that are officially celebrated at the United Nations Platform. It means these 157 days are approved as official international celebration days. Then there are other international bodies, communities and other forums that introduce and celebrate different days. These bodies include Amnesty International, European Union, Catholic Church and different NGOs celebrating different causes on these days.  

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Our list of famous International Day, their origin and history is as below

10 January – World Hindi Day (Hindi Divas)

Observed: BY Indian Government & Public. Due to being an influencing economy and citizens worldwide, this event is largely celebrated

Significance: Celebration of Adopting Hindi as the official language of India

History: Constitution assembly of 1949 adopted Hindi as the official language

Activities: Local event for language promotion. Presentation of awards by the state to people having contribution in the promotion of languages like in literature, poetry, and journalism. 

21 January – International Hug Day

Observed: Especially in the USA as a secular event

Significance: Celebrated to encourage people to do more hugging with family and friends to promote more affection. 

History: The first time celebrated on January 21, 1986, in Clio, Michigan, USA. The idea was to promote love and affection for family and friends as American people are generally considered reluctant and embarrassed to show affection in public.

Activities: Hugging with family and friend. There is a caution, you should first inform people about your intention of hugging them.

26 January – International Customs Day

Observed: Observed World Wide

Significance: Custom day is celebrated to appreciate and acknowledge the services of custom officials for securing country’s border and economy. Its purpose is to highlight their job difficulties and creating awareness to provide customs officials with more facilities. 

History: Customs Cooperation Council was established on 26 January 1953. It’s a tradition to celebrate as a remembrance of purpose.

Activities: Workshops and seminars are conducted for awareness purposes. Further employees aware and appreciation ceremonies are also conducted by custom agencies to encourage and motivate employees. 

04 February – World Cancer Day

Observed: Observed World Wide

Significance: Create awareness of the life-threatening disease of cancer. It further aims to pressurize government bodies to take sufficient steps to prevent this disease.  

History: World cancer day was first observed in 2000 at Paris summit on cancer

Activities: As cancer is growing rapidly worldwide so its awareness campaign has become a global phenomenon. There are multiple activities conducted on this day. One of the important activities is #NoHairSelfie where people support and give courage to cancer patients by shaving their heads.  

14 February – Valentine Day

Observed: Observed World Wide

Significance: It has become the world’s largest event to show love and affection.

History: I was originally celebrated as a western religious feast day of St. Valentine. There are different legends associated with this day and St. Valentine. It has now taken a more modern shape and become a more commercial and secular event than a religious one. 

Activities: Valentine’s day has become a commercial event so it is now celebrated worldwide. Valentine parties are celebrated by lovers, friends, and families. Flowers and gifts have become an essential part of this event and red color is largely associated with this day as a symbol of love. 

20 February – World Day of Social Justice

Observed: Observed World Wide

Significance: It is celebrated to address social issues like poverty, unemployment and exclusion

History: UN decided on 26 November 2007 to celebrate this day to address social issues. This day was first celebrated in 2009. 

Activities: Many NGOs are working worldwide to address the issue of poverty, unemployment and social injustice in the shape of exclusion. Difference awareness campaigns are run through media, workshops, and seminars to remove gender, age, caste, race, disability or any other barrier in the gross welfare of society.

21 February – International Mother Language Day

Observed: Observed World Wide

Significance: It is celebrated to promote multilingualism by creating awareness of linguistic and cultural diversity. 

History: This day was approved by the United Nations as International Day of celebration in 2008 although it was suggested by UNESCO on November 17, 1999.

It is celebrated in memory of the Bengali Language Movement of 1952. This day is public holiday in Bangladesh since 1953 and known as “Shohid Dibosh” (Martyr Day).

Activities: Different countries celebrate this day separately. There are conducted themed events at UNESCO Headquarter in Paris. 

27 February – World NGO Day

Observed: Observed World Wide by at least 89 countries 

Significance: World NGOs Day is celebrated to inspire people to participate more actively in humanitarian activities. 

History: Introduced by 12 member countries of “Council of Baltic Sea States” Forum in 2010. It was later recognized by the United Nations, the European Union and other international organizations in 2014.

Activities: NGOs, NPO and charitable organizations around the globe celebrate this day in the name of humanity to promote charity culture. Different seminars are conducted to make people aware of NGOs activities. 

27 February – International Polar Bear Day

Observed: Observed in Western Countries and organized by NGO “Polar Bear International” 

Significance & Brief History: Polar Bear is an endangered species due to global warming and reduced ice levels in arctic regions.

It is celebrated to create awareness about reducing the population of Polar Bears due to global warming threats. This day is also gaining importance due to raising the issue to climate change and endangered species. 

Activities: Many Zoos participate in this day celebration to educate people about the affect of climate change on the Polar Bear Population. 

01 March – World Compliment Day

Observed: Observed in Many European Countries especially Netherlands, Norway & Belgium.

Significance: Recognition and appreciation is a basic human need. He wants to be acknowledged for their contributions. So this day is celebrated to compliments their role and contribution. 

Brief History: World Compliment Day was introduced in Netherlands by “Poor Poortvliet” in 2001 in an effort to let people know that we are thankful to their good work.

It has gained popularity from then and now celebrated in many European Countries. 

Activities: It is advised to pay a genuine and sincere compliment to at least three people in your surroundings to make that day “Most Positive Day in The World”.

08 March – International Women Day

Observed: Celebrated World Wide 

Significance: It is celebrated as a global phenomena in Women’s Right Movement.

History: First Women’s day was celebrated in 1909 by the Socialist Party of America on the suggestion of “Theresa Malkiel”. On 8 March, 1917, women gained the right to vote and this day was celebrated as a holiday from then.

In 1975, the United Nations adopted this day as Official International Women’s Day.

Activities: It is celebrated as womanhood in some countries. In other countries, it is celebrated as a protest due to limitations and restrictions on women’s liberty and rights.

We must say that International Women’s Day is the most promoted and celebrated day in the world among all days.

14 March- International Pie Day

Observed: Largely celebrated in the USA 

Significance: It is an annual celebration of arithmetical constant Pi (π). Pi day is celebrated on 14 March (14 date of 3rd month) due to the fact that 3, 1 and 4 are the first three digits of Pi (π). 

History: The first time officially celebrated in 1988 by physicist Larry Shaw at “San Francisco Exploratorium”. US House of representatives recognized it as Official Pie Day on March 14, 2009. 

Activities: It is celebrated by eating Pie and discussing mathematical constant PI. 

20 March – International Day of Happiness

Observed: Observed World Wide

Significance: Pursuit of Happiness is ultimate human objective and is a basic human right.  

History: Suggested by UN special advisor Jamie Illien in 2011 to mobilize the global happiness movement, United Nations approved it on June 28, 2012. The international day of happiness was first celebrated on 20 March 2013.

Activities: Different NGOs are working for Global happiness Movement and this day is a large celebration for then. Further, sponsored events and celebrations are conducted under the UN. 

21 March – World Poetry Day

Observed: Observed World Wide

Significance: It is celebrated to promote poetry in reading, writing, and publishing. 

History: Poetry Day was approved by UN in 1999 to promote linguistic diversity and provide opportunity to endangered languages to be remembered withing their societies.

Activities: Different countries celebrate this day in different days and in different ways. Poetry classes are conducted for children. Different organizations conduct programs where poets are invited to present their work. 

21 March – International Day of Forests

Observed: Observed worldwide

Significance: One third of world plantation food is wasted every year. Further global warming is a rising threat. This day is important to make people aware about the importance of plants for humans’ future. 

History: Officially approved by UN on November 28, 2012 and observed for the first time in 2013. Plants are necessary to provide basic resources of human life i.e oxygen and food.

Each year 13 million hectares land is wasted. Global warming and deforestation are becoming international threats so this day was introduced to create awareness.

Activities: Governments and NGOs plant a tree on this day to make people aware.

22 March – World Water Day

Observed: Observed World Wide

Significance: Highlight importance and sustainable provision and management of freshwater. Water is a basic ingredient of the human body and we can not survive without it.

History: Keeping in view scare water resources, its wastage and future shortage, the UN started to celebrate this day in 1993. 

Activities: Each year a different theme is designed by the UN to celebrate this day. Different educational and musical event is conducted for awareness.

Different lobbyists work for fundraising for construction and management of water resources.  

24 March – World Tuberculosis (TB) Day

Observed: Observed World Wide

Significance: Awareness and elimination of this epidemic disease

History: It is one of eight global health campaigns from WHO. 24 March 1882 was the date when the cause of this infection was discovered by scientists. On 100th year in 1982, this day was suggested to be officially celebrated as World Tuberculosis Day.  

Activities: Each year a different theme is designed by the UN to celebrate this day. The different educational and musical event is conducted for awareness. The theme for the year 2018 was “Wanted: Leaders for a TB-free world”.

01 April – April Fool Day

Observed: Observed as an informal event world wide

Significance: It is celebrated as a fun day. 

History: Making fool has been a historic phenomenon but its confirm history or origin is not known 

Activities: Small harmless jokes and hoax are made and thrown on some victims. Once captured, victims are exposed by shouting April Fool. Some newspapers publish fake news on this day and on the next day it is revealed. 

02 April – Autism Awareness Day

Observed: Observed World Wide

Significance: Autism is a mental disorder. It is celebrated to raise awareness about disorder and patients.  

History: Officially recognized and approved as International Autism Awareness Day by the UN in 2007. 

Activities: Each year a different theme is designed by the UN to celebrate this day. 2018 theme was “Empowering Women and Girls with Autism”

06 April – International Sports Day

Observed: Observed World Wide

Significance: It is celebrated as “International Day of Sport for Development and Peace” under the UN umbrella. Sports are believed to create harmony and peace between nations. 

History: 6 April was decided as International Sports Day in commemoration of first modern-day Olympics games inaugurated at this date on 1896.

Activities: World’s leading sport celebrities participate in different events and programs to promote sports. 

07 April – World Health Day

Observed: Observed World Wide

Significance: It is celebrated to raise attention and awareness about the global health issue. It is 

History: It is the top agenda of World Health organization. this day was first observed in 1950. 

Activities: Each year a different theme is designed to celebrate this dayWHO theme for 2018 was “Universal Health Coverage”. Different health campaigns and activities are conducted by health officials and related organizations on this day.

10 April – International Sibling Day

Observed: Observed World Wide in different dates. USA, UK, India & Australia observe 10 April. European countries observe this day on 31 May.

Significance: It is celebrated to respect and honor relationship of brothers and sisters. There is no doubt that siblings are the most loving relationships after their parents. 

History: USA recognized this day as official in 2005. Europe launched holiday on this day in 2014

Activities: Siblings celebrate this day by sharing cards, gifts and dinners.

11 April – World Parkinson Day

Observed: Observed largely in Europe

Significance: It is celebrated to raise awareness on Parkinson disease that millions of people are suffering from. Many people do not understand much about this disease until it becomes severe.

History: 11 April is the date of birth of Dr. J Parkinson. He published his famous “Essay on Shaking Palsy” in 1817. His Paper first recognized and defined conditions that later known as Parkinson based on his name.

Activities: Marathon is conducted in many countries on this day to raise public awareness. A hashtag #UniteForParkinson’ is widely used on this day.

15 April – World Art Day

Observed: Observed by artist community under International Association of Art

Significance: It is celebrated to promote the unique human ability of art 

History: This date is birthday of famous artist Leonardo Da Vinci. This day was approved to be celebrated by the International Association of Art on April 15, 2012. 

Activities: Different activities are conducted like art galleries, special museum hours and events.  

22 April – World Earth Day

Observed: Observed World Wide

Significance: It is celebrated to support environmental protection. 

History: This day was first celebrated in 1970 but now it is observed by almost 193 countries. It is coordinated by “Earth Day Network” as world largest environment protection movement.

Main agenda of movement is climate change, plastic pollution, and endangered species.

Activities: This day is celebrated in different ways including energy conservation, plantation, marathon, events, spending day with social welfare organizations and many other.

23 April – World Book and Copyright Day

Observed: Observed World Wide

Significance: It is celebrated to promote reading, writing and publishing of book. Further, Copy-write has always been an issue for writers. This day help create awareness on morality and legal issue of copy right. 

History: This day was first celebrated on 23 April 1995. This date was decided due to its significance. This date is marked as death anniversary of three great writers, William Shakespeare, Miguel de Cervantes and Inca Garcilaso de la Vega. 

Activities: Writers are given the opportunity to present their work at official conferences and events. People in different countries celebrate World Book Day by sharing and exchanging books.   

25 April – World Malaria Day

Observed: Observed World Wide

Significance: This day is for the recognition of efforts made to control Malaria. Malaria cause around 600,000 deaths worldwide annually. This day is among 8 official WHO health days.

History: World Malaria Day was approved by WHO in May 2007. Previously, it was celebrated as African Malaria Day from 2001 because Africa is major victim of malaria. 

Activities: WHO sponsored health activities are conducted. Different awareness events are organized to educate people. WHO theme for year 2018 was “Ready to beat malaria”.

01 May – International Labor Day

Observed:  Observed World Wide

Significance:  It is also called Workers day, Labor day or May day and celebrated by labors & working classes. A holiday is generally observed in most countries although the USA & Canada observe labor day on the first Monday of September.

This day has more significance in socialist and communist countries like Chine, Korea, Cuba & former Soviet Union states

History: Originally, this day was celebrated to commemorate the 1886 Haymarket Affair that was a strike with a demand to observe an official eight hours work day. Previously, there were no specific work hours limitations and labor had to do 10 to 16 hours work in unsafe conditions.

This strike was bombed by some unknown people that cause causalities of more than 100 people. May 1 was officially recognized as an international labor day in 1989 by The Second International.

Activities:  This day is generally and widely observed as a holiday throughout the work. The same day is celebrated in the USA & Canada but on first Monday of September. Celebration are performed by cake cutting activities in offices, road marches and seminars by Labor Unions.

01 May – World Law Day

Observed: Observed globally but it’s not a public holiday.

Significance:  In the United States, Law Day is celebrated to help people appreciate their liberties and to encourage their loyalty. It aims to aware people about their legal rights, especially with regard to equality and justice. This day is an opportunity for people to recognize and discuss the role of courts.

History: Law Day initiated in 1957 by American Bar Association President Charles Rhyne when he planned a special day for celebrating the US legal system. In 1961, May 1st was designated by joint resolution of Congress as the official date for celebrating Law Day.

Activities:  Law Day activities may contain: community speeches about the law; fundraising events and tasks; poster and dissertation competitions; and collaborative school lessons and role theatres on lawful themes. To celebrate Law Day, some local bar associations may embrace a luncheon with guest narrators on numerous legal topics relevant to modern society.

3 May – World Press Freedom Day

Observed:  Global observance but not a public holiday.

Significance: It is an opportunity to give awareness about freedom of expression in all its forms and manifestations that it is a fundamental right of all individuals. Additionally, it gives chance to defend the media from attacks on their independence, and assess the state of press freedom throughout the world. This day reminds people that many journalists brave death or face jail to bring daily news to the public.

History: WPFD was announced by the United Nations General Assembly in December 1993, following the recommendation of UNESCO’s General Conference. Since then, 3 May, is celebrated worldwide as World Press Freedom Day.

Activities:  Many societies, organizations, communities, and individuals take part in this day through several events such as art exhibitions, dinners featuring significant speakers, and awards nights to honor those who risked their lives to bring news to the world.

8-9 May – Time of Remembrance and Reconciliation for Those Who Lost Their Lives during the Second World War

Observed: Observed World Wide.

Significance: World war II, the worst battle in human history was fought in Europe, Russia, North Africa, and Asia. In this war more than 13 million causalities occurred. Most of the deaths occurred immediately from the blast of the atomic bomb in Nagasaki and Hiroshima.

 This day gave world a chance to commemorate the sacrifices that people made during the war.

History:  The UN General Assembly noted in 22 November 2004 held a special conference to mark the sixtieth anniversary of the end of World War II and declared May 8 and 9 as a time of remembrance and reconciliation.

Activities:  Some organizations, including embassies, arrange different programs to remember soldiers who died fighting for their country. Articles are published in newspapers and magazines to remember holocaust victims and those who died in concentration camps. Some gatherings of relatives who lost their lives during the war are also conducted.

14-15 May – World Migratory Bird Day (UNEP)

Observed: Observed globally but it’s not a public holiday.

Significance:  WMBD is a global event that helps turn the world’s attention to the phenomena of bird migration and the need for their protection. It also helps to connect the world to safeguard migratory birds for future generations. WMBD works as a network to celebrate an annual awareness campaign emphasizing and highlighting the need for the protection of migratory birds and their habitats.

History: The first World Migratory Bird Day (WMBD) was launched on the weekend of April 8–9, 2006. On the second weekend each May, people around the world celebrate this day. Each year, the total number of registered (WMBD) events has progressively improved along with the number of countries in which these events happened.

Activities:  World Migratory Bird Day activities may contain: public events such as bird festivals, education programs, awareness-raising campaigns and bird-watching excursions organized by different communities.

15 May – International Day of Families

Observed: Observed World Wide.

Significance:  This day provides an opportunity to promote awareness of issues related to families. This day was a response to altering families’ structure by social and economic perspectives, which have affected and still affect the stability and decorum of family units in many states of the globe.

History:  In 1994 United Nations declared May 15 as the International Day of Families. 

Activities:  International families’ day activities may contain: public events such as workshops, conferences, newspaper articles, radio and television programs highlighting relevant themes, public awareness campaigns, educational sessions for children and young people, exhibitions and organized discussions to raise awareness of the issues of families.

17 May – World Telecommunication and Information Society Day (ITU)

Observed: Observed World Wide.

Significance:  The purpose of this day is to help raise awareness of the possibilities that the internet and other information and communication technologies could bring to societies and economies, as well as of ways to bridge the digital divide.

History:  World Telecommunication Day, which was first held in 1969, was celebrated on May 17 by people and organizations such as ITU.

Activities:  World Information Society Day activities may contain: public events such as workshops, conferences, newspaper articles, radio and television programs highlighting the power of information and communication. UNESCO actively takes part in the day by engaging people to involve in various activities to promote the awareness of information and communication to build societies in which they can create, access, use and share information and knowledge to attain their full potential.

21 May – World Day for Cultural Diversity for Dialogue and Development

Observed: Observed World Wide.

Significance:  This day tends to be a symbol of harmony, peace and happiness, and specifically the absence of violence and war. Cultural diversity is dedicated as a mean of economic, intellectual, moral, emotional and spiritual development in world.

History:  This day was first observed in 2003. At the end of the year 2002, on December 20, the General Assembly of the United Nations declared May 21 to be the World Day for Cultural Diversity for Dialogue and Development.

 Activities:  Various events are organized to aware people about cultural diversity, activities may contain: Conferences for professionals, Campaigns to create awareness of cultural values and the need to preserve them, Educational programs for children and youth. Official organizations and cultural groups launch exhibitions to help people recognize the history of various cultural groups and the impact on their own identities.

22 May – International Day for Biological Diversity

Observed: Observed globally but it’s not a public holiday.

Significance: The purpose of this day is to aware people about the influence of biodiversity and well ecosystems on our health, nutrition system, oxygen for breathing, and balanced lifestyle.

History: TheInternational Day for Biological Diversity was first established by the Second Committee of the UN General Assembly in late December 29, 1993. This was later changed to 22 May in 2001 due to too many winter holidays in December.

Activities:  Each year a theme is selected to educate the world about Biological Diversity issues and their solutions. Activities of this day may contain: Exhibitions and seminars, Presentations to preserve endangered Species, planting trees, distributing information on biodiversity via electric media and by translating booklets into local language for better understanding.

29 May – International Day of UN Peacekeepers

Observed: Observed World Wide.

Significance: International Day of UN Peacekeepers is a tribute to remember sacrifices of those people who serve or served UN peacekeeping operations. UN Peacekeeping helps to solve conflicts of its host courtiers, and open the paths for normal development, and proven to be one of the most effective force for making this world a peaceful place. 

History:  On December 11, 2002, the UN General assembly nominated May 29 as the International Day of United Nations Peacekeepers. The day was first witnessed on May 29, 2003.

Activities:  International Day of UN Peacekeepers activities may contain: Presentations, Awards and medals distribution ceremonies for military and police officers who are peacekeepers, exhibitions on the work of UN peacekeepers, Memorial services for those who died in peace keeping missions.

31 May – World No-Tobacco Day (WHO)

Observed: Observed World Wide.

Significance:  The aim of this day is to draw attention to the health problems that tobacco use can cause.

 History: This event has been observed each year since 1989. The World Health Organization passed a resolution calling for May 31 to be yearly known as World No-Tobacco Day, on May 17, 1989.

 Activities:  World No-Tobacco Day activities may contain:  Public marches often with vivid banners, electric media advertising campaigns, Meetings for anti-tobacco activists, and public seminars to encourage people to stop smoking.

Themes: The themes of World No-Tobacco Day have been

  • 2011 – The WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control
  • 2010 – Gender and tobacco with an emphasis on marketing to women
  • 2009 – Tobacco health warnings
  • 2008 – Tobacco-free youth
  • 2007 – Smoke free inside
  • 2006 – Tobacco: deadly in any form or disguise
  • 2005 – Health professionals against tobacco
  • 2004 – Tobacco and poverty, a vicious circle
  • 2003 – Tobacco free film, tobacco free fashion
  • 2002 – Tobacco free sports
  • 2001 – Second-hand smoke kills
  • 2000 – Tobacco kills, don’t be duped

4 June-International Day of Innocent Children Victims of Aggression

Observed: Observed World Wide

Significance:  The purpose of this day is to admit and spread awareness about the pain suffered by innocent children all over the world who are the victims of psychological, physical and emotional abuse.

History:  The General Assembly decided to commemorate June 4 of each year as the International Day of Innocent Children Victims of Aggression, in 19 August 1982, during its emergency special session, because of innocent Palestinian and Lebanese children victims of Israel’s acts of aggression.

Activities:   Many individuals and organizations are functioning to protect and preserve the rights of children. For example, the Global Movement for Children is an inspiring force for revolution that involves ordinary people and families worldwide. People learn from or take part in awareness campaigns to alert the impact of monstrosity of abuse on innocent children.

5 June – World Environment Day (UNEP)

Observed: Observed World Wide

Significance: The purpose of this day is to improve political attention and act towards improving the environment. This day provides an opportunity to spread awareness among common people about influences of a clean environment on the daily life of all living beings.

History: United Nations General Assembly decided to commemorate June 5 of each year as the World Environment Day, in 1972, during the opening of the Stockholm Conference on the Human Environment.

Activities: World Environment Day activities may contain: clean-up campaigns, as well as seminars, tree planting, distributing information on influences of clean ecosystem via electric media and by street rallies and parades. Many organizations actively take part to encourage people to make their nearby atmospheres safe and hygienic to enjoy harmless, fresh and more prosperous future.

8 June – World Oceans Day

Observed: Observed World Wide.

Significance: The purpose of this day is to raise awareness of the vital role the sea plays as sources of clean ecosystem, oxygen, food, medicine and energy in form of wave power.

History: World Oceans Day was first introduced in 1992 but officially recognized by the United Nations (UN) in 2008 and is observed on June 8 each year.

Activities:  Numerous events are held around the world to mark World Oceans Day. Activities of this day may include: photo contests, demonstrations and fossil hunting walks. Many organizations actively take part to encourage people to make their nearby oceans safe and clean to enjoy harmless, fresh and more useful benefits of natural assets.

12 June – World Day Against Child Labor (ILO)

Observed: Observed World Wide

Significance:  The purpose of this day is to highlight and spread awareness about the plight of child laborers and measures to help them.

History:  The International Labor Organization (ILO) decided to celebrate, June 12, of each year as the World Day Against Child Labor, in 2002 To combat child labor around the world.

Activities:   This day activities may include: discussions and debates to highlight the difficulty of child laborers and actions to comfort them. Many child protection and welfare bureau, government employers and workers, organizations, civil society as well as millions of people take part in awareness campaigns to alert the impact of labor work on innocent children.

14 June – World Blood Donor Day (WHO)

Observed: Observed World Wide

Significance:  The purpose of this day is to highlight and spread awareness of the blood problems as the safe blood supplies are a scare product, especially in developing nations. This day provide an opportunity to motivate and thank donors worldwide.

History:   This day first time observed in 1868.  “Karl Landsteiner” created the ABO blood group system, which is still used today to ensure the safety of blood transfusions. This day is celebrated on his birthday on June 14 each year worldwide.

Activities:   Many events are held around the world to mark World Blood Donor Day. This day activities may include: football matches, concerts and mobile blood donation clinics. Many blood donation societies, government employers and workers, organizations as well as millions of people take part in awareness campaigns to alert the impact and need for regular blood donations for saving lives.


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