3 first aid kits

These kits can mean the difference between a small graze and a serious infection. Each of UNICEF's first aid kits contain just the kind of equipment that you need on hand in times of emergencies.

They include soap, sterile bandages, gauze, iodine solution, a survival blanket, forceps and more, contained in a carry bag. 

Give the gift of safety.

First aid kits are helping to save lives in Iraq

Nurse Janda volunteers at the Darashakran Refugee camp
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Janda, who volunteers as a nurse at the Darashakran Refugee camp, is performing a neonatal check-up on a newborn baby. Janda now lives at the camp after she was forced to flee the conflict in Hassaka, Syria. By volunteering as a nurse, Janda is happy that she can help keep babies at the camp healthy. She relies on her UNICEF-supplied first aid kit to treat the children she sees.

UNICEF provides technical support and works with Iraq's Ministry of Health to help respond to the health needs of displaced people across the country. This work includes immunisation outreach, neonatal care, and nutritional assessments.

This Inspired Gift provides nurses like Janda with the medical supplies that they need to keep children healthy.