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Many places around the world lack the most basic health supplies and medicines like antibiotics, anti-malarial medications and medication to help people fight parasites and other infections. Medical supplies and medicines delivered by IOCC to Albania and the Ukraine supply teaching hospitals with life-saving help and enable new doctors to be trained. Your gift of $3,000 can provide over $100,000 in medical supplies and medicines.

Medical Supplies and medicines: $3,000
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or Share in this Project: $30
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The scourge of HIV/AIDS has left more than a million Ethiopian children without parents. Your gift of $60 can provide food, clothing, and education for a child orphaned by the disease in Ethiopia, Georgia, Romania and other countries.

Help For an Orphaned Child: $60
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When disasters strike, IOCC responds by providing families with what they need to survive. Your gift of $12 can purchase a health kit for someone who has been displaced from their home by war or natural disaster. Health kits include essential supplies like soap, toothpaste, shampoo, band-aids, combs and other items.

Health Kit: $12
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You can make and send a health kit to someone in need.
For more information, visit: iocc.org/healthkits

The examples in this catalog are for illustrative purposes. IOCC will use your gift, and that of others, to accomplish its overall mission of assisting families and communities to help themselves. Since 1992, IOCC has been transforming lives with innovative programs that prevent the spread of disease, equip farmers with tools and training, educate school children, build the Church’s ability to help the poor, and deliver emergency supplies to those who have been caught in war and natural disaster. © 2009 International Orthodox Christian Charities