International Federation of Blood Donor Organizations (IFBDO)

Fédération internationale des organisations de donneurs de sang (FIODS)
Federación Internacional de las Organizaciones de Donadores de Sangre
Internationaler Verband der Blutspenderorganisationen
Federação Internacional de Organizações de Doadores Voluntarios de Sangre
Federazione Internazionale delle Organizzazioni dei Donatori di Sangue
Internationale Federatie van Bloed Donorsorganisaties
Federasi Internasional Perhimpunan Donor Darah Sukarela

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1955-05-27 Nancy France


27 May 1955, Nancy (France), following recommendations at a Congress, 1954. First Constitution adopted 4 Dec 1955, Luxembourg. New Statutes adopted at 8th Congress, 21-24 Nov 1974, Marrakech (Morocco); modified at: 10th Congress, 11-14 Jun 1981, Madrid (Spain); 13th Congress, May-Jun 1990, Porto (Portugal). Current Statutes adopted at 18th Congress, 2005, Paris (France). Rules of Procedure submitted by Secretary-General (Apr 1975) and accepted with modifications by Executive Committee: Apr 1975, Monaco; May 1978, Liège (Belgium); Jun 1981, Madrid; 1 Jun 1990, Porto (Portugal). Registered Office at the Red Cross Society in Monaco.


Promote worldwide the voluntary, non-remunerated giving of blood; actively promote the principle that blood is priceless, knows no frontiers and is the common possession of humanity; bring together national groups of blood donors in order to consider at the international level problems of common interest; examine matters of possible interest to blood donors and related to their organization, or to knowledge of medical progress in the area of blood transfusion, or of actual situations which might call for measures requiring services of blood donors.


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General Assembly (annual); Congress (every 3 years); Executive Council acts as permanent representative of blood donors and as board of K-XF1636 - Order of International Merit for Blood.


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GOAL 3: Good Health and Well-beingGOAL 17: Partnerships to achieve the Goal



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