A huge responsibility rests on the slender shoulders of transplant coordinator Koh Xiu Xian (above).
The 25-year-old has to go around hospitals trying to get permission to procure organs from those declared brain-dead from their loved ones.
“It isn’t easy but someone has to do it,” she says.
And her positive experiences with some families keeps her going.
“Once I told (a family) that his legacy will live on in the bodies of others - his heart still beating, his eyes continue to look at the beautiful sights - they asked to sign pledge cards too,” she says.