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Elizabeth Scharpf And Simon Pearce

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Elizabeth Scharpf, Founder Of Sustainable Health Enterprises

Elizabeth Scharpf, Founder Of Sustainable Health Enterprises

Elizabeth Scharpf And Simon Pearce

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Women in developing countries often do not have access to adequate sanitary protection. Jessica Harris speaks with Elizabeth Scharpf, founder of Sustainable Health Enterprises. Scharpf is addressing this issue by helping to create sustainable, low-cost methods of sanitary pad production and distribution.