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This country has become the first in the world to make sanitary products free

The decision to offer free sanitary products has been called an “an important policy for women and girls.” Image: REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth

Lin Taylor

Journalist, Thomson Reuters Foundation

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The free sanitary products will be available at designated public places.
The free sanitary products will be available at designated public places. Image: North Ayrshire Council
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