World Kidney Day 2022

Introduction – World Kidney Day is celebrated on the second Thursday of March every year across the world. So, it is observed on March 10 in the year 2022 that concentrates on the importance of kidneys in the body and spreads awareness about kidney-related diseases. The main purpose of this global day is to educate common people to protect their kidneys from any diseases.

History – World Kidney Day will be celebrated every second Thursday of March all over the world. The observance of this international day is started by the International Federation of Kidney Foundations (IFKF) and the International Society of Nephrology (ISN).

Theme – The theme of World Kidney Day in the year 2022 is ‘’Kidney health for all’’. The main goal of this global day is to inform about several kidney diseases among common people across the world.

Significance – The kidney is a very important organ in the body that filters the blood and helps in passing waste as urine. Now, chronic kidney conditions can cause kidney failure and if not treated then may be life-threatening. Kidney dialysis and the transplant play a very important role in a normal and longer life. The main aim of this day is to spread awareness about the increasing cases of kidney diseases among common people all around the world. This day also highlights for different strategies to prevent several kidney-related diseases among common people across the world. On this day, several events including seminars and conferences are organized by people that help to aware about the prevention of several kidney diseases.


2 Comments Add yours

  1. Did not know about this day! Thanks for this post.

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    1. daneelyunus says:

      Most welcome, thanks for appreciation and reading my post

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