AidPod Mark III model 017
The AidPod came out of the ColaLife campaign to get Coca-Cola to open up its distribution networks in developing countries to carry simple, life-saving medicines.
The AidPod is a wedge-shaped container designed to fit between the necks of bottles in Coca-Cola crates. The AidPod would be used to carry 'social products' such as oral rehydration salts, vitamin A, water sterilisation tablets, water filters, anti-malarials, or whatever is required locally at any particular time.
The content of the AidPods would be determined by local public health experts, not by Coca-Cola.
This is Mark III of the design.