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Attorney General's Chambers Outreach Raised 60 Pints

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BANDAR SERI BEGAWAN, 06th March 2019 – The Attorney General's Chambers held its first blood donation drive at the Law and Court Building in the Capital yesterday. In addition to building blood reserves for the Blood Donation Centre of the Raja Isteri Pengiran Anak Saleha Hospital, the Attorney General's Chambers also raised awareness on the importance of blood donation for saving lives, and the benefits of blood donation in improving health. Blood transfusion is much needed for women with pregnancy complications, during or after childbirth, and many complex medical and surgical procedures and cancer patients.  The blood donation drive reached its target of having a total of 60 blood donors. The donors comprised of the officers and staffs from the Attorney General's Chambers and the Judiciary Department as well as members of the public.

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The blood donation drive was organized by the Attorney General's Chambers Outreach team, a committee recently established with the support of the Attorney General.  With the tagline "AGC is A Caring Community", the AGC Outreach team aim to foster a culture of Volunteerism amongst its staff through charitable works, as well as instill a sense of duty to a bigger Bruneian Community.  The AGC Outreach team also hopes to inspire other government agencies and the larger Bruneian community to adopt a culture of Volunteerism and be actively involved in activities that make positive social impact.

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