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Sanitary Pads | Kasha KenyaKasha Kenya- how to make reusable sanitary towels in kenya ,Access to sanitary towels is a big challenge for many girls who come from poor families in Kenya with UNESCO estimating that around half of all school-age girls do not have access to sanitary pads. Indeed the 2016 UNESCO report estimates that one in 10 girls in Sub-Saharan Africa is absent from school during their menstrual cycle.A Step-By-Step Guide to Making Your Own Eco-Friendly ...Aug 23, 2017·Flannel cloth (make sure the flannel is made of 100% cotton for best use) An old towel; A sewing Machine; Snaps or Tic-Toc buttons; Here are the simple steps through which you can make your very own eco-friendly menstrual pads: 1. To make the outer body of the pad, you need to trace the disposable pad on the flannel cloth and cut out two pieces. 2.



How to make reusable sanitary towels - YouTube

Here is a short tutorial that we filmed for the Reed People project, showing how to make the reusable sanitary towels that the charity make and send to the g...

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The 22-Year-Old Entrepreneur Producing Reusable …

Aug 07, 2014·22 year-old Kenyan entrepreneur Barclay Paul Okari is the founder of Impact Africa Industries, a company that produces an inexpensive, reusable, …

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Reusable Sanitary Pads - mcfpanairobi.or.ke

Reusable Sanitary Pads. There have been campaigns in both poor rural and urban informal settlements to provide adolescent girls with sanitary protection and help bridge disparities between adolescent girls and boys both in primary and secondary education in Kenya. Although these campaigns still go on, the impact has been minimal and this is ...

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We began providing disadvantaged young women with sanitary towels and undergarments back in 2007 when a girl was brought to our office for counseling apparently her widowed mum could not afford sanitary napkins so she had …

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