A gift with a healthy twist, these three simple but necessary kits include: toothpaste, a toothbrush, baby oil, a flannel, soap, nail clippers and sanitation pads, and help children to stay clean and disease-free.
How this gift helps
In Papua New Guinea, 87% of people live in villages with limited access to healthcare. Low exposure to fluoride, poor hygiene and bad diet are a major cause of tooth decay, which is a problem that can affect children for a lifetime. Many of these issues can be prevented with proper dental hygiene, but toothbrushes, toothpaste and floss are scarce in most villages. Hygiene kits give children the best possible start by providing the tools they need to maintain good oral health and all-round cleanliness.
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