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Emergency Package for Child Relief
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Emergency Package for Child Relief

Emergency Package for Child Relief 1 5 5 1
$61.00

The Emergency Package for Child Relief is primarily designed to provide essential food items to malnourished children and children hospitalized for treatment. The current value of this package is $61, which includes the actual value of the items: $1 Omid ID issuance fee, $5 logistics fee, 5% platform fee, and 5% transfer fee.

 

To support a malnourished child, please fill out the beneficiary form,  and include your order number. The Aseel team delivers the package within 48 hours in Kabul and 72 hours in all provinces in Afghanistan. Please mention their Omid ID in your order comment if you have already registered a malnourished child with us. Please ensure that the beneficiary's contact details are up-to-date and active. If you need any help, please feel free to contact us at [email protected]

 

Subscription: Aseel offers its donors and customers a subscription and discount model. You will get a 2% discount for a three-month subscription, a 3% discount for a six-month subscription, and a 4% discount for an annual one. You can also specify recipients for the subscription. Aseel team delivers the package to the recipient monthly according to your subscription.

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SKU Emergency-Package-Child-Relief
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The Emergency Package for Child Relief includes the following items: 

Rice  4kg
Dal 4kg
Beans 4kg
Sugar 4kg
Flour 25kg
Oil 5L
Formula Milk  2
Baby Diapers 60
Baby Cerelac Cereal 1

 

The Emergency Package for Child Relief includes Rice, Dal, Beans, Sugar, Flour, Oil, Formula Milk, Baby Diapers, and Baby Cerelac Cereal. Prominent nutrition interventions in emergency settings include general food distribution (GFD) rations and Ready-To-Use Therapeutic Food (RUTF), an “energy-dense, and micronutrient-rich paste used in therapeutic feeding.” Due to a lack of RUFTs, lipid-based supplements, and fortified options, this food package is consistent with items that approximate the nutrition and energy requirements of a well-balanced diet for the recipient population. Dietary considerations, environmental conditions, familiarity with a food item, storage specifications, and food processing and preparation are also considered in package design.

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