SDG 05: Gender Equality

Period poverty: why Periods shouldn’t be a financial burden and how one retailer is helping?

International Women’s Day: Solutions for period poverty from one retailer. Image: Photo by Annika Gordon on Unsplash

Ella Kidron

Senior Manager, Global Corporate Affairs, JD.com

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