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65% of Kenyan women and girls cannot afford sanitary products. This is according to a new survey by plan international UK. It is for this reason that the Kenya bureau of standards has introduced a standard to guide the manufacture of reusable sanitary pads that are safe and affordable. KEBS has also unveiled new standards to govern the food industry, the manufacturing sector, and also distance learning.
KEBS introduces a standard to guide the manufacture of reusable sanitary pads
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