Toothbrush, toothpaste, a bar of soap, shampoo, conditioner, body lotion, shave gel, deodorant, comb, razor, lip balm, facecloth, bandages, hand sanitizer, tissues, nail clippers, hair ties, and feminine hygiene products (tampons and pads).
Food Parcel Kit
Type of food is determined by beneficiaries’ food habits (i.e., in some countries spaghetti is not accepted because it is unsuitable to local cooking habits).
The type of food is also determined by the intervention timeframe. At the beginning of an operation, food must be free from animal products.
All food parcel contents must be free from culturally-restricted components.
The impact in terms of availability and prices on the local, national or regional markets should be carefully studied prior to purchasing large quantities.
Specifications for food items vary according to national regulations. Food importation is always subject to national authority approval, based on national specifications.
The specifications must be adapted to each context.