Contribution to a portable pharmacy
In rural Africa and Asia, access to healthcare hardly exists. But caring doctors can treat up to 1,500 patients in remote emergency health camps, armed with Doctors' Travel Packs, full of pain killers, antibiotics, eye drops, ointments, creams, diuretics, water purification tablets and more. The packs, which would normally cost £4,000, are donated by pharmaceutical companies and cost only £400 to assemble and deliver. Naturally, they're godsends in war zones, such as Yemen or disasters like Beirut.