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Saudi Gazette report
RIYADH — The Saudi Knowledge and Synthetic Intelligence Authority (SDAIA) and Saudi Heart for Organ Transplantation (SCOT) have launched the registration service for the organ donation program on the Tawakkalna web site and software, facilitating the enrolment of residents and residents in this system.
The launch of the service comes following the registration of Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques and Crown Prince Muhammad Bin Salman within the organ donation program of the SCOT.
Commenting on the transfer, the chairman of the SDAIA underlined the significance of harnessing expertise to assist and serve all nationwide initiatives.
The SDAIA, by means of the Tawakkalna software, seeks to reinforce cooperation with the SCOT and assist its efforts in connecting these keen to donate organs to the needy in a bid to comprehend the aspirations of sensible management and its directives on the significance of supporting the humanitarian work.
Within the first part, the registration service on the organ donation program might be restricted to becoming a member of and registration in this system, whereas different providers, corresponding to cancellation and exhibiting the donor card within the digital portfolio, might be added later.
The cooperation between the SDAIA and SCOT seeks to facilitate the organ donation course of, whether or not by means of the web site of the middle www.scot.gov.sa, Tawakkalna web site tawakkalna.sdaia.gov.sa, or by means of Tawakkalna software on smartphones, which can switch info immediately to the donor lists on the middle with the intention of dashing up and enhancing the expertise of the person.
This cooperation additionally seeks to unfold the tradition of organ donation in a bid to serve sufferers whose lives rely upon organ transplantation, because the Tawakkalna software due to its developed infrastructure is taken into account a reliable hyperlink between authorities departments and affiliated our bodies
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