Safe Blood Africa Logo
 
Red Safe Blood Africa bracelets are given out in Nigeria to each person that gives blood - or an entire club for sponsoring a bloodbank.   L-R: Obi Ben Aduba (African Communication Chair, the Safe Blood Africa Project); King _________, DG 9120 (08-09); Warren Kaufman (Director and Co-founder SBA Project); Jamison Kaufman (Public Image Chair SBA Project); Lord Justice Edemakong Edemakong (Co-founder - Nigerian Director SBA Project); Yinka Babalola (Strategic Director SBA Project-Nigeria)

INTERNATIONAL
CONVENTIONS


The SAFE BLOOD AFRICA PROJECT has been to three Rotary International conventions: Chicago, IL 2005, Salt Lake City, NV 2007 and Los Angeles, CA 2008; PETS training in San Jose, CA 2005, 2006, 2007 & 2008; GETS training in San Diego, CA 2006, 2007 & 2008; and many other events locally and statewide! PRIP Carl Wilhelm-Stenhammar, PRIP Wilf Wilkinson, PRIP Cliff Dochterman and PRIP Rick King have all seen and applauded this project!

UNITEDNATIONS   OTHERLINKS

Coast Weekly
Article
Jan 21,2004:

Blood Brothers; Carmel Valley Rotary spearheads Nigeria’s first safe blood donor system.

www.coastweekly.com

Global Network
for Blood Donation


A Rotarian Action Group

www.ourblooddrive.com

On November 11, 2006 Warren Kaufman was asked to give a presentation of the SAFE BLOOD AFRICA Project, complete with Power-Point and a tidy speech. Over 300 people were in attendance that afternoon and the project was one of only eight chosen for the Rotary International Day at the United Nations building in New York City, NY.

 

ROTARIAN MAGAZINE
There has been much coverage lately in the Rotary International magazine. Click on the covers here to see the article or letter that has been printed and put a face to the information that is available regarding this life-saving and extraordinary project.

Helping save lives in Africa with safe blood
Please donate to The Safe Blood Africa Project
A 501(c)3 charitable organization sponsored by the Rotary Club of Carmel Valley, CA, USA District 5230
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Photos © CHRIS KAUFMAN 2007 Used With Permission