Raipur : NRI Ganesh Kar and his team have helped India in the event of crisis. He has launched an online portal and app for plasma donation for the needy people in India. Along with this, a call center has also been set up at the India level to operate this online service platform. Ganesh Kar is originally from Dantewada in Chhattisgarh. Ganesh Kar is originally from Dantewada in Chhattisgarh. He has been based in the US for the past several years and is the president of the North American chhattisgarhi association, a diaspora of Indians living in North America, who are originally from Chhattisgarh. He and the members of his organization continuously stay there and do many social work for the people of Chhattisgarh. Together with his NRI friends Tijendra Sahu, Tarun Sanghi, Deepali Saraogi, friends of college NIT Jamshedpur and social friends from India, he has launched the portal / app ‘Blood 4 US’. After registration in the United States, a call center has been established to support Pan India. Ganesh Kar told that the situation created in India during the period of COVID-19 has put the people of Indian community living in America in concern of their own. At present, a large number of patients are reaching the hospital and they are in need of plasma. In view of this situation, we decided to create an online portal so that donors and patients can directly connect with each other through it. Non-profit purpose or steps have been taken by the institution to make the process of plasma donation effective.
Blood4US CEO Ganesh said that he has been receiving many calls from all over India to arrange for the donor. In view of this, they have hired 4 employees and are working to help people through the 24 * 7 portal. His team is also continuously pushing for plasma donation to those above COVID-19 disease in this period. This portal / app works with Artificial Intelligence to generate complete donor reports and deliver plasma in an accessible manner to the needy. On this website, donor and patient relatives can get the service easily by registering. It involves donors sharing their contact information, location, blood group, and they are filtered based on location, blood group, and date of recovery. Presently, there are around 6000+ donors and 400 patients who have registered on the portal and 400+ have received plasma nationwide through the Blodo4us organization.