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Products

Products with Purpose

Based on years of experience responding to large-scale emergencies worldwide, Direct Relief has designed a range of product solutions that help address the needs of vulnerable communities before and after disaster strikes.

Designed for Disaster

Direct Relief is committed to developing and designing products for communities impacted by poverty or disaster. The organization was honored for its custom disaster response products with Fast Company’s “World Changing Ideas Award” in 2020.

Made by Direct Relief

Maternal Health

Midwife Kit

Direct Relief, in consultation with experts from the International Confederation of Midwives (ICM), designed the first-ever Midwife Kit endorsed by ICM as a standard for midwives trained to ICM’s competency standards.

Maternal Health

Fistula Repair Module

To effectively equip health providers providing this specialized care, Direct Relief offers a Fistula Repair Module, a standardized pack of high-quality medicines and surgical supplies necessary for fistula repair surgery and post-operative care.

Emergencies

N95 Masks

Direct Relief maintains a stockpile of N95 masks to be used during emergency responses, including wildfires and disease outbreaks. Direct Relief designed the masks with adjustable sizing to protect more people.

Designed for Disaster

Emergency Medical Packs

A rugged, specially designed pack for mobile medical teams, filled with medical supplies to help address patient needs needs in an emergency

Contents from the Direct Relief Cholera Kit

Cholera Treatment Kits

The Direct Relief Cholera Treatment Kit follows World Health Organization guidelines and contains the supplies needed to treat 100 patients with cholera.

Oral Rehydration Salts

Oral rehydration salts (ORS) are essential treatments for people suffering dehydration from diarrhea or other ailments, particularly in times of disaster.

Hurricane Prep Packs

Developed with experts from frontline clinics and health centers, Direct Relief’s Hurricane Prep Packs include versatile medical supplies can save lives during hurricanes and other types of emergencies.

Hurricane Prep Map

View the data that informs Direct Relief’s prepositioning of emergency medical supplies in advance of hurricanes.

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Mapping Applications

Search, navigate, and analyze Direct Relief’s activities, anywhere in the world, at any time.

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Giving is Good Medicine

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Active Emergencies

Ukraine

Ukraine Humanitarian Relief

Direct Relief is working directly with Ukraine’s Ministry of Health and other partners in the region to provide requested medical aid to people caught in the crossfire and fleeing the crisis.

Hurricanes

Hurricane Fiona Relief

Direct Relief is in contact with health centers and local organizations in Puerto Rico to assess damages and supply needs and is monitoring impacts in the Dominican Republic and other countries in the storm's path.