St Kitts and Nevis: Prime Minister of St Kitts and Nevis– Dr Terrance Drew, attended the Ministry of Health’s initiative to increase blood donation at JNF General Hospital on February 10, 2023.
PM Drew took to Facebook and shared glimpses of the blood donation campaign. He stated that Deputy Prime Minister Dr Geoffrey Hanley, Konris Maynard, Dr Joyelle Clarke, and Cabinet Secretary Dr Marcus Natta also joined him at the hospital.
PM Terrance Drew cited,” The ministers have joined me earlier today to participate in the Ministry of Health’s initiative to increase blood donation within the Federation.”
The Ministry of Health of St Kitts and Nevis has launched a large-scale blood donation campaign across the nation to sensitize the public on the significance of giving blood. By giving blood, people can potentially save a life.
He also urged all eligible people to consider joining the campaign and roll up their sleeves to donate.
Sustainable Minister- Joyelle Clarke also joined the members of Cabinet at JNF General Hospital to donate to the Blood Bank. “I gave blood, and I was happy to do so. This is something I think everyone should do, as long as they can, “said the Minister.
She noted that As a Cabinet, they thought it would be in the best interest of the nation to lead the initiative in encouraging the public to donate to the Blood Bank. Joyelle Clarke also dropped snapshots on social media alongside the Cabinet Secretary, Marcus L Natta.
Several members of the Federal Cabinet led by example today (February 10) by rolling up their sleeves and donating blood to the JNF General Hospital’s Blood Bank.
As part of its drive to increase blood donation, the Ministry of Health has embarked upon a nationwide large-scale blood donation campaign. This campaign is intended to sensitize the general public on the importance of giving blood and becoming regular donors.