Providing supplies such as Health Kits, Healthy Homes, Healthy Families Kits and Medicine Boxes make health more accessible. It will provide an opportunity for you to be involved in a project that can involve people of all ages and abilities, and gives a hands-on mission experience.
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Birthing kits are essential in rural communities. They provide the basic, sanitary items to aid in safe and healthy deliveries, reducing the risk of Tetanus infections. Each kit includes soap, latex gloves, plastic sheeting to receive the baby, string, a clean razor blade, two receiving blankets in a zip lock bag. Learn more . . .
Health kits provide basic necessities to people who have been forced to leave their homes because of human conflict or natural disaster. Health kits are also used as learning tools in personal hygiene, literacy, nutrition and cooking classes. When people gain the knowledge and materials to maintain personal hygiene, their overall health improves. Learn more . . .
Healthy Homes, Healthy Families Kits
The Healthy Homes, Healthy Families Kit is an infection control and basic care kit. It contains 22 essential supplies needed to take care of an ailing loved one and prevent the spread of infection. These basic medicines and supplies are needed for the day-to-day treatment and control of common infections and ailments. Learn more . . .
A Medicine Box contains 18 essential drugs and medical supplies. The box contents are sufficient to provide a community of about 1,000 people with basic medicines and supplies for three months. It provides necessary items for day-to-day treatment of common ailments that plague people of all ages, from infants to adults. Learn more . . .