Total Shortage

India fell short of 1.9 million units of blood in 2016-17–equivalent to 60 tankers–that could have aided more than 320,000 heart surgeries or 49,000 organ transplants, according to official data.

Total Collected

India collected 11.1 million units of blood in 2016-17, meeting 85% of its 13 million units target based on World Health Organization (WHO) norms, according to a recent officials reply.

Future Need

The WHO recommends that the blood requirement of 1% of a country’s population be used as a ballpark estimate of its blood needs. By this measure, India was short of 1.9 million units of blood

Welcome to SYF

Shivaji Youth Foundation was founded by Mr. Bhaskar Naidu Mopuru, in the year of 2000 to contribute to the availability, quality, safety and cost-effectiveness of the blood and tissue supply for the citizens of India by developing and maintaining an efficient and strong collaboration amongst Indian blood and tissue services.

₹2.5M

Total Donation

1465

Total Projects

3965

Total Volunteers

Our Major Causes

A statutory objective of the Shivaji Youth Foundation (SYF) is to increase public and professional awareness of voluntary and non-remunerated donation (VNRD) of blood and blood components, and of preparation of blood components as an indispensable therapeutic means to help patients.

Our Key Features

A statutory objective of the Shivaji Youth Foundation (SYF) is to increase public and professional awareness of voluntary and non-remunerated donation (VNRD) of blood and blood components, and of preparation of blood components as an indispensable therapeutic means to help patients.

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