10 Lines on World Organ Donation Day

The human body is composed of different vital organs that are needed for the proper functioning of our body. Organ failure is the weakening of that particular organ and slowly the organ stops working. In this case, the organ would not be able to perform the essential functioning inside the body. It may lead to severe illness or death of that person.

This process of donating the organ by own will is basically termed organ donation. It helps in saving the lives of many from dying. I have provided sets of ten lines on World Organ Donation Day. I think it might be an aid to students in getting a crisp knowledge on this topic.

Ten Lines on World Organ Donation Day

Set – 1

1) The entire world observes the World Organ Donation Day on 13th August annually.

2) Organ donation is to donate our organs by our will to people who are in need.

3) The objective of this day is to make people aware of the importance of donating organs after death.

4) Organ donation is referred to as a great act of sacrifice for humanity.

5) Eight lives can be saved by one organ donor.

6) The organs we can donate to are the kidneys, lungs, liver, heart, intestines, and pancreas.

7) This donation will be capable of narrowing the gap between the demand and supply of organs.

8) The organs can be donated irrespective of any age or health.

9) A living person can donate one kidney, part of the liver, or pancreas only.

10) The organ donation rate is rising in the world but is very low in India.

Set – 2

1) World Organ Donation Day is internationally observed every year on 13th August.

2) It is focused on eradicating fear from the minds of people and step forward for organ donation.

3) Organ donation can be made by both living and dead people.

4) It is the process of removing the organ from the donor and transplanting it into the recipient.

5) The donor has to get a written agreement of the family for organ donation.

6) People infected by cancer, HIV, systemic infections are inhibited for organ donation.

7) The National Organ Donation Day in India is observed on 27th November annually.

8) The organ donation process was temporarily stopped in 2020 to curb the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic.

9) This has greatly affected the patients requiring organ transplants at that time.

10) There is a significant rise in the organ donation process but more efforts are still required.

Organ donation is the noblest act by human beings. This is an act that promotes humanity. We can never imagine the infinite happiness of a blind person of being able to see the world with new eyes. This can happen only when the eyes of some other person are transplanted in the blind person. Recently people have started understanding the importance of this noble deed and are actively participating in the activity of organ donation. This can help to save the lives of many people.