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Recently made 90 of these pads to distribute to a women's church group in Haiti. They were extremely well received. I offered a pad making workshop and 36 women showed up. They plan to produce pads for themselves, as a ministry to other women in need and also to sell to produce additional income.
No foreign aid, no charity, just solid grass-roots progress. Heart-warming to see projects like this.
Very smart community, helping themselves and the environment. Well done!
It’s great seeing reusable pads also used in Vanuatu and even better being manufactured locally.
Where to buy ?
How to buy to help, i wish i could.
SMART! Thanks for keeping the women clean and healthy. It saves on both ends.😇
Thank you ladies. Stay safe
Congrats GOD BLESS Wonderful
What a fantastic idea.
Thanks for sharing, hooray for cloth pads!
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U doing a good jobb ladys
My head explodes when I see women using tampons that are encased in plastic wrap and plastic applicators!!!! Paper! Cloth!
Wonderful women .
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