Dear Tarrin & to the Health Ministry in Sri Lanka
& to whom it may concern.
CC of this mail has been sent to Mr. Hans, our contact in ‘Medicine without Borders’.
I apologise for the delayed response, we ran into a few problems in Denmark but the final practical things for the medicine donation is now complete and we are ready to have the medicines sent.
We will send directly to the Health Ministry in Sri Lanka on the 8th of September and you will receive it either on 11th or 12th of September.
The list of medicines that have been estimated to be used before expiry date by Dr. Sathiyalingam is as follows:
|Omaprazol||40 mg, 28k||31/10 09||5.795|
|Clindamycin Alternova||150 mg 1||31/12 09||10.579|
|Paroxetin Alternova||20 mg 28t||28/2 10||4.002|
|Zotrix||2 mg/ml 5* 4 ml inj||28/2 10||3.207|
|Risperidon Alternova||1 mg 60 f||31/8 10||388|
|Sertralin Alternova||50 mg 30 t||30/11 10||500|
|Lovastatin Alternova||20 mg 30||31/7 11||5000|
In total: 1140 KG
Process for the donation:
- MUG will send the goods directly to the Health Ministry, where the medicines will be cleared by customs.
- Health Ministry staff shall give immediately attention to the medicines as we are donating surplus medicines with short expiry dates.
- Mr. Sathik Mohamed from Little Aid will collect the medicines and transport them safely to Vavuniya.
- Dr. Sathiyalingam will receive the medicines and storage them at Vavuniya Hospital for use.
Thanks to all parties involved in this project who have made this a success, we hope to do further charitable projects in the future.