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THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: As part of its efforts to promote voluntary blood donation (VBD), Terumo Penpol has planned a reward programme through which it will recognise VBD efforts by non-governmental organisations, industries and colleges in the State.

Each aspiring entry should satisfy a set of qualifying criteria that include promotion of VBD as a key activity in annual plans, have recruited a minimum of 50 new repeat voluntary donors who have performed at least two repeat donations during the period of consideration.

Similar list of conditions apply for educational institutions also. Details can be had from the Team Leader (VBD) at 93878-03001 or Public Relations Officer, Terumo Penpol at 98474-22400 or 0471-2725357 on or before September 15.

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