About DKMS-BMST

Our Organization Values

We motivate people to register as a stem cell donor to give a second chance to life to patients with blood cancer worldwide.

Last updated: 02/06/2021

Overview

At DKMS-BMST, we are driven by inclusiveness and a sense of pride in our mission. We respect the diverse work culture and the varied perspectives of our employees, stakeholders, donors, supporters and anyone who volunteers in helping blood cancer patients in India. Because we believe in the quality of work that can be achieved by new and creative ideas. Compassion knows no geographical boundaries and we try to instil this as the core idea in our hearts which helps us to expand our global reach!

DKMS-BMST Values:

CLEAR

We communicate clearly and comprehensively, act consistently and make decisions in such a way that they are clear.

OPEN

We are open to feedback, changes, other opinions and new ideas. Our actions and thinking are transparent. We share knowledge with each other and inform others about it when this is not possible at the moment.

COURAGEOUS

We are forward-thinking. We see opportunities and seize them, even in the face of resistance. We play to our strengths and use them wisely to fulfil our mission. At the same time, we are always evolving and happy to venture onto new ground.

FAIR

Our mutual interaction is characterized by appreciation, fairness and respect. We act predictably and thoughtfully.

DIVERSITY

We seek diversity in our staff and actively engage with multiple cultures in the community. As we all know - Blood cancer does not differentiate and at DKMS-BMST, every life counts. Our journey in India, which has diverse ethnic heritages and values all over the country, can be propelled to the foreseen success, only if our pool itself has diverse individuals, who would, in turn, represent this vast sub-continent.

Help us to register even more lifesavers

We’d love it if you could help us to get more people on the registry and thus give new hope for life to many blood cancer patients.
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