In an attempt to resolve health issues that can arise in refugee camps, a student at the National College of Art and Design created minimalist hygiene kits to distribute in refugee camps.
The three types of kits by John Godfrey are specifically catered to men, women are children. Designed for easy and convenient portability, each of these kits contain soap, toothpaste, toothbrushes, flashlights, nail clippers, combs, face cloths, razors and hand sanitizing liquids. While the hygiene kits are not a permanent solution, they offer health and cleanliness-related resolutions to people in these overpopulated camps.
The hygiene kits will be sold at music festivals in a "buy one give one model," making them free for refugees. The kits encourage socially conscious consumerism while simultaneously aiding a large population of people who have faced many injustices.
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