Medicine is extremely valuable because it is highly difficult to obtain and some useful donations include: antibiotics for children in suspension, antibiotics for adults in tablet form, antidiabetics, low dose aspirin, vaginal antifungal cream, and prenatal and multivitamins.
Another extremely helpful contribution is the donation of everyday medical supplies such as gloves, gauze, alcohol, syringes, antiseptic, glucose test strips, and antiseptic.
Work in the educational department could benefit greatly from supplies such as: notebooks, sheets, books, basic stationary, erasers, crayons, markers, toothbrushes, toothpaste, oral hydration supplies, and disinfectant.
Food Security to relieve malnutrition is of high priority and donations of food would be extremely valuable as well. Some examples would include: cereal, beans, corn, rice, vegetables, meat, eggs, sugar, oatmeal, and other pediatric formulas, as these are high in nutrition.