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Father’s Day Therapeutic ‘Peanut Butter’ Pack

This life-saving peanut paste, Plumpy’Nut®, is an essential supply that treats severe malnutrition in children under five years. Enriched with vitamins and minerals, this therapeutic food can bring a child back from severe malnutrition in as little as six weeks. In times of famine, drought, conflict or flood, this emergency food is a true lifesaver.

Give the gift of nutrition this Father’s Day!

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Overcoming severe malnutrition with therapeutic ‘peanut butter’

       19-month-old Sudais embraces newfound joy with his father after receiving successful treatment in the UNICEF Integrated Nutrition Program ©UNICEF/UNI398422/Khatri

In the rugged terrain of Swat in Pakistan, we meet Sudais, a 19-month-old boy with a remarkable spirit.  

Born weak and frail, Sudais battled severe malnutrition, leaving his father, Hazrat and mother Reham filled with despair.  

“He was born very weak, we didn’t think he would survive.” 
                                       - Hazrat 

Due to his condition, Sudais' parents took him to the UNICEF Integrated Nutrition Program in his province. With the aid of life-saving Ready to Use Therapeutic Food (RUTF) treatment, Sudais began a transformative journey. Twice a day, Sudais was fed this therapeutic food akin to ‘peanut butter’, which provides the required amount of protein and micronutrients that he was missing out on.  

Under expert guidance, Sudais' health improved. Today, he stands, walks, and joyfully interacts with his elder brother, embodying strength and resilience. 

In 2022, UNICEF made a significant impact by providing life-saving treatment for severe malnutrition to 7.3 million children under five years.

Incredibly, nutrition programs for children with severe malnutrition help 90 per cent of children recover. We need your help to reach more children with this life-saving help. 

This Father's Day, you can help parents like Hazrat and Reham provide a lifeline for their children, with this very special Inspired Gift.

Frequently Asked Questions

Inspired Gifts are a collection of charity gifts essential for child survival and development. They provide crucial aid to children living in areas affected by poverty, conflict or natural disaster. When you order an Inspired Gift for family or friends, real supplies like vaccines and food are shipped from UNICEF’s warehouse in Copenhagen to children and families in need around the world.

With each purchase you can personalise a card for your nominated recipient that tells them about the incredible impact their Inspired Gift will have. You can choose to send the card in the mail or receive it instantly as a print-at-home PDF or an e-card.

Yes, they are. All of the Inspired Gifts you see on our website are real, tangible items being distributed year-round in response to the needs of children around the world.

If you choose to order a printed card, you should allow 10 working days for delivery. While we process all orders as efficiently as possible, please note that we are unable to control the timing of postage delivery through Australia Post. For any questions about the delivery of your order please call 1300 884 223 between the hours of 9am-5pm Mon-Fri. 

If you choose the e-card or print-at-home PDF, it will be delivered immediately.

Yes, and you are able to nominate a different delivery address for each card, if you wish.

Inspired Gifts respond to the real and changing needs of children around the world, so the item you select will be substituted for another item when there is a greater need for it. This means we cannot guarantee that the gift you select is the one that will be delivered to the field. We hope that through your purchase you are trusting us to deliver the supplies that will have the most impact for children in urgent need.