Updated Jan 17, 2019

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Novel materials for low-cost sanitary pad production

American Friends of ZanaAfrica will develop and test sanitary pads that utilize an agricultural by-product as an alternative absorbent material.
American Friends of ZanaAfrica will develop and test sanitary pads that utilize an agricultural by-product as an alternative absorbent material.
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Stage 5: Scaling

Lawino Kagumba and Megan White of American Friends of ZanaAfrica in the U.S. will work with collaborators in Kenya to develop and test sanitary pads that utilize an agricultural by-product as an alternative absorbent material. If successful, low-income women and girls will have access to locally produced affordable feminine hygiene products.
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Focus Areas:

Water Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH)

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Implemented In:

Kenya

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Milestone

Mar 2015
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Kenya