ABy donating 10% of my lifetime income to the Malaria Consortium's SMC program, I could potentially save an estimated 20 lives. This donation could contribute to preventing malaria cases and averting deaths, based on the program's cost-effectiveness.BIf I were working with a limited budget of only $1,000, my choice would be to donate to Helen Keller International. The reason for this preference lies in their cost-effective approach, where each dollar donated translates to distributing a vitamin A supplement to a child in need. With just a small contribution, we can make a substantial impact by ensuring that many children receive this crucial nutritional support. This not only improves their immediate health but also has the potential for long-term benefits in preventing malnutrition-related complications and enhancing their overall well-being.