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Micato Safaris is a major donor and proud supporter of Huru, which manufactures reusable sanitary pads—nearly 1,700,000 to date—which have been distributed in free Huru Kits to more than 200,000 girls in Kenya, Tanzania, and Uganda.
Huru will continue to make these pads – because periods don’t stop for pandemics – but they are repurposing some of their production lines and fabric to make face masks, too.
So far Huru has manufactured an astonishing 30 thousand masks – half of which have been distributed with support from Micato – and hopes to reach the 100,000 mark before long.
Efforts are focused on getting masks to residents of Mukuru, one of Nairobi’s largest informal settlements, and not incidentally, the birthplace of Huru and the place where most of the Huru staff in Kenya staff calls home.
Naturally the ultimate goal, in the words of one Huru employee, “is to have everyone put on a mask in Mukuru.”
Huru is distributing masks to the most vulnerable residents of Mukuru and also providing starter supplies of masks to selected members of the community, who can then turn around and sell the masks to their neighbors and others in Mukuru.
Micato is working with Huru to get these masks into the hands of the residents of Mukuru and others who need them the most.
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