Interview on Radio West Coast with Amber Zeeman of Umoya Energy and Marius Basson of the MENstruation foundation where they discussed period-poverty, and the donation of sanitary pad vending machines to local schools in the West Coast.
Joining the national drive to end period-poverty, sanitary pad vending machines were handed over at local schools and a local library, within West Coast communities earlier this year. Umoya Energy Wind Farm and Aurora-Rietvlei Solar Power, in partnership with the Menstruation Foundation, visited communities to celebrate the installation of these vending machines that provide free sanitary products to two schools in Saldanha Bay, as well as the local library in Aurora.
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