10 comments

  • Mary J.
    06/22/2020 11:18

    It’s great seeing reusable pads also used in Vanuatu and even better being manufactured locally.

  • MD S.
    05/30/2020 18:21

    একটা চাকরি দেয়া জাবে

  • Kerry A.
    05/30/2020 05:36

    What a fantastic idea!! Good on them, and this woman’s English is great, sounds like a real go getter out there to help her community!

  • Dawna K.
    05/27/2020 12:02

    History.... Disposable tampons and pads were not patented until the 1930s. In Europe most women still used homemade washable products until the 1940s. So we all survived until this time with homemade washable very sanitary products...well since women started wearing sanitary products. It's not unhygienic and it's not gross you are just use to the convenance of purchasing them.

  • Marian O.
    05/27/2020 10:10

    Great job mamma

  • Sandra R.
    05/27/2020 06:11

    That's kinda unhygienic 😳

  • Natasha W.
    05/27/2020 04:54

    If you know how to wash things it's just as clean and there won't be millions out in landfills or the ocean.

  • Sonia E.
    05/27/2020 01:20

    Why cant we send these women disposal pads instead??? Dude we do food collections etc and we cant send these women the necessary sanitary napkins??? We are so fortunate in this country, I tell ya! Count your blessings!

  • Sammie F.
    05/27/2020 00:51

    Good idea, I would buy for my girls.

  • Yønna C.
    05/26/2020 23:11

    Reusable pads?? 😐

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