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Qatar Organ Donation Centre Asks Public to Register as Organ Donors


Qatar Organ Donation Centre (Hiba) is asking the public to register to be organ donors as part of spreading awareness about the cause.

Hamad Medical Corporation provides programmes in kidney and liver transplantation and for many people a transplant can mean the gift of life.

According to Hiba, making the decision to register as a donor is a personal choice. For Khalid, seeing one of his friends in need of a transplant was the driving force behind him registering as an organ donor. Khalid, a resident of Qatar and a recent addition to the Organ Donor Registry, had been aware of organ donation since his university days but never imagined someone close to him would be in need of a transplant. When he learnt that his friend Ali needed an urgent liver transplant or risked losing his life, Khalid started looking seriously into organ donation and transplantation in Qatar. Ali’s life was saved when a liver was available from a registered donor who has passed away in Qatar. Khalid also remembered that two more patients’ lives were saved through kidney transplants from the same donor. This motivated Khalid to visit the Qatar Organ Donation Centre (Hiba) to sign the registration form.

Dr Riadh Fadhil, Director of Hiba, said:

We need more people like Khalid to realise that organ donation a humanitarian act and one that is important in making Qatar a self sufficient nation, in terms of there being enough organs available for those who need them. Organ donation is a community duty and we have to contribute to the welfare of the society to prevent the death of patients on the waiting list.’

The Doha Donation Accord, which outlines how donors and recipients should be treated in Qatar, is built upon the model of equality and fairness and ensures that organs are distributed equitably amongst all nationalities. Therefore, we would like all people in Qatar to help us raise awareness about organ donation and to understand the importance of discussing these decisions with their families before consenting.



  1. Dr. Prashant Borade

    May 24, 2015 at 4:29 pm

    Hello everyone

    This is a true life story about me and Dr. Prashant Borade, who i gave one of my kidney to for money and he paid me some good amount of money few days before the transplant took place, i used to be very poor and i finds it hard for me to eat, i came across a testimony talked about how Doctor Prashant compensated him heavily by given his kidney by one Mike Steve who said any one who is interested should give it a trial and come back to testify, i copied the email as ([email protected]) and emailed him in less than a three hours i got a reply from Doctor and we bargained and i took a bold step taking all the necessary agreements, in another few days i got paid as agreed by the both of us and a date were taken for operation, he came to my country (India )and operated on me without any issues and i got my balance money, i am now financially settle and firm, please do not hesitate in contacting Doctor for a help on ([email protected]) My financial problem is over in life.

  2. Vishal

    October 24, 2014 at 6:00 pm


    im vishal from india mumbai and my bloodgroup is O positive and i want to sell part of my liver for 20 Lakh indian currency as im in need of money urgently. And also i want to inform that i have donated my left kidney 4 months back. So if u can pay me the amt. I have valid passport.

    u can contact me on [email protected]

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