Kits create standardisation in healthcare delivery. Providers can be confident they will receive the right medicines and the necessary consumable products to treat specific conditions. Kitting also results in efficient packing and delivery of medicines and medical goods. IDA has experience in working with customers to create custom kits based on specific requirements.

Above is a video showing IDA's kit production process including inbound, storage, kit packaging, outbound including cold chain in a GDP warehouse. 

Kitting in Dubai

Our specialised and dedicated kitting team ensures we have the following standardised kits (according to WHO requirements) available from stock in our Dubai warehouse. This humanitarian global hub was chosen as a strategic location. It functions as a crossroads between Asia, where most of IDA's manufacturers are located, and Africa, where many of the health organisations we supply to, are active. Being close to both airport and seaport allows us to respond quickly to any emergency, in any destination.

We have the following standardized kits (according to WHO requirements) available from stock:

Inter-Agency Emergency Health Kit (IEHK) 2017

Cholera kits

Severe Acute Malnutrition kits

The SAM kit we currently supply will be discontinued and replaced with the PED/SAM 2020 kit. The new kit includes medicines, renewables (single use) and equipment to treat paediatric diseases, next to the treatment of severe acute malnutrition.
More information will follow soon.


We are currently supplying COVID-19-related products (PPE, diagnostic tests and others). Please see our COVID-19 page for more information.