On March 18th, I boarded a plane from Mandalay, Myanmar to head back to Mae Sot, Thailand, at which point there were zero confirmed cases of covid-19 in Myanmar. on March 27th after the first few cases of covid-19 was reported in Myanmar, the BBC wrote an article oit lining the potential of a deadly outbreak in refugee camps in Myanmar. At that moment I realized if we got a jump start now we could save lives and minimize the death toll in Myanmar. I was on the phone with Smiles organization, who had plans on building a school in Myanmar by June, they quickly diverted some of those funds to help reach thousands in Myanmar to help prevent an outbreak and minimize the death toll. The idea is to help people by giving them a 10 day supply of vitamin C, a bottle of hand solution to sanitize their hands, and also a pamphlet to teach about ways they can live healthy lives. We also have paracetamol to give to those with flu like symptom, and also have the ability to transport people who are in need of getting to a hospital that can provide care for them. We have been collecting and preapring the supplies that was purchased to pass out in Myanmar, and due to holidays in Myanmar we haven't started yet. we are hoping on Monday April, 20th to get started distributing what we have already. We are doing this campaign so that we can reach as many people as possible in Myanmar. With the help of others we aim to reach hundreds of thousands, not only to help them during covid-19 but to give them tools to help fight off many dieases and virus with a lifestyle change. As any sport fan will tell you they dream of hitting a game winning shot, catching a last second hailmarry, hitting A walkoff homerun in the bottom of the 9th, or scoring that 90th minute goal to win the game. In the nonprofit sector saving lives is our game winning shot. Help us save lives and beat Covid-19 in Myanmar!