About Bloodlink Foundation
To improve the quality of health and life of Kenyans.
To lead in information, education and mobilization of organizations towards realization of social responsibility.
SCHOOL OF FIRST AID & SAFETY SERVICES
Bloodlink Foundation (BLF)
Bloodlink Foundation provides training courses in full compliance with the prevailing workplace safety laws of the country as well as international standards in exercise of the powers conferred by section 55 of the Factories act, 160/1977 and OSHA 2007 ACT.
Since inception of the School of First Aid and Safety Services in April 2016 over 3000 work force have been trained.
WHAT WE DO
Blood Donor Programs
Bloodlink Foundation partnered with various organisations in the BLOOD DONOR PROGRAMS CDC Foundation funded the second phase of the SMS based donor notification system.
This phase entailed rolling out the SMS notifications system countrywide. The funding ensured continuity of the project and helped streamline notification of blood donors and information dissemination.
National Blood Transfusion Service in recruitment and mobilization of blood donors to ensure sufficient safe blood for needy Kenyans.
MHealth Text For Life System an intervention employed to enhance blood donor communication and digitize the blood donor records. It was projected to increase the number of blood units collected by recruiting new donors using mobile phone and web based platform.
The campaign increased the number of units of blood collected during the months of April, August and December when high schools are closed by bringing on board adult donors through awareness creation and education