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Mamidi Sai Akash
|Mamidi Sai Akash|
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VijayawadaJuly 19, 1998
|Baptised||July 19, 1998|
|Known for||Mother Blood Bank|
Mamidi Sai Akash is an Indian entrepreneur and founder of Mother Blood Bank, a non-profit online blood bank service which has world’s largest number of registered volunteer blood donors nationwide. Akash was awarded a place in the Guinness World Records after enrolling 1.75 lakh members as donors on the website and organizing camps with 1.02 lakh donors at various parts of 18 cities.
Akash founded software company, Awesome Computech, at the age of 13 when he was in class 8. At 15, he established a voluntary organization called Mother Blood Bank. The idea for online blood bank came to Akash after he faced difficulties in arranging blood for immediate transfusion when one of his friend had an accident. In June 2015, on International Yoga Day Akash launched a mobile app named "NAMO Yoga" that features 15 yoga asanas which are performed on the day. In 2016, Akash took the ACT and SAT exams and received perfect scores. He decided to attend Stanford University, and is pursuing a BS Degree in Computer Science.
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