Low-cost sanitary napkin Sokhipad launched in Dhaka

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David Irwin, team leader of Connect to Grow, Ariful Forquan, CEO of Eco Int’l, and other guests at the launching of Sokhipad, a unique sanitary napkin designed for female garment workers and women with a low income. AFPSokhipad, a unique sanitary napkin designed for female garment workers and women with a low income, was launched in the city on Tuesday.

This project is a pilot partnership venture managed and operated by ECO Int’l Trading Company (Bangladesh) and supported by Connect to Grow (UK), said a press release.

The hygienic sanitary napkin is affordable as each packet, which contains six pieces of napkin, is priced Tk 50.

David Irwin, team leader of Connect to Grow, Ariful Forquan, CEO of Eco Int’l, Esrat Karim Eve, founder and director of AMAL, Umme Sharmin Kabir, founder of Wreetu, Bipasha Motin, senior lecturer of Daffodil International University, and writer and motivational speaker Radhika Tabez spoke at the programme.

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