When an Indian man invented a simple machine for poor rural women to make cheap sanitary pads, the idea was to provide jobs for some, and hygiene for millions – often for the first time. The story gave one British woman an idea that quickly became her mission in life.
Amy Peake is experimenting in her kitchen in a remote corner of south-west England, ripping apart different kinds of sanitary pads and testing their absorbency. She has just returned from another fact-finding trip to India, where these pads were made.
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