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£7 could pay for liquid soap and sanitizer for a hospital hand-washing station.
£15 could help to provide 8 undernourished children with access to the emergency food needed to improve their health.
£22 could pay for one radio broadcast to share health tips with new mums.
£9 could pay for an infrared thermometer to detect symptoms of infection.
£32 could provide 20 megaphones to gather community members and share vital health messages.
£54 could provide one community health worker with the training and resources needed to promote health and nutrition in their communities.
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