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Why is this Omani donating body after death!-DailyProbash.com

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Why is this Omani donating body after death!-DailyProbash.com
A conservationist who has distributed thousands of saplings and wild tree saplings to green Oman has announced that he will donate his body to the health ministry after his death to support organ donation efforts in Sultana.

“I have decided to donate my body to the anatomy department of the Ministry of Health after my death,” said Syed Hamoud Al Habsi, an agri-entrepreneur from Mudhaibi, North Sharkia, who is battling cancer. It will help students and doctors in the field of medical studies. The purpose of my donation is to make people aware of the importance of organ donation and to support the Sultanate’s organ donation project. ”

He claimed to be the first Omani to donate a kidney in 1991. “I donated a kidney to my brother,” he said. “Now that I have cancer, I can’t donate organs, but I can donate bodies after death.”

“Unfortunately, many do not know the importance of organ donation. We need a lot of awareness to spread the culture of organ donation among the community members. ”

Addressing Omani people traveling abroad for organ transplants, he said, “The Ministry of Health has qualified Omani specialists to work on free organ transplants.”

He is spreading awareness about organ donation through lectures to school children across the Sultanate.

“I hope the local media will support this project to save lives.”

Habsi has made it her life’s mission to make Oman green by providing wild tree saplings and seedlings grown in her own nursery.

“I started distributing wild tree saplings a few years ago. I have set up a small nursery and so far I have given more than 6 lakh wild species saplings to government and non-government organizations. ”

Environmental authorities have recently honored Habsi in recognition of his efforts.

Last year, I gave 45,000 saplings to the authorities. I will try to distribute about 46,000 saplings this year. ”

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