December 13 – Last week, Foundation grantee Living Goods was profiled by FastCompany.com. "How Health Care Nonprofit Living Goods Learned a Lesson From Avon Ladies" chronicles the founding of the East African health services pioneer and their unique model of community health supporters.
Read the full article here: http://www.fastcompany.com/1709280/how-healthcare-nonprofit-living-goods-learned-a-lesson-from-avon-ladies
About Living Goods
Living Goods is an Avon-like network of door-to-door Health Promoters who make a modest income selling essential health products at prices affordable to the poor. The model combines the latest and best practices from the worlds of micro enterprise and public health to create a truly sustainable system for defeating diseases of poverty. For more information visit: http://www.livinggoods.org
With support from The Lemelson Foundation, Living Goods is broadening their assortment of pro-poor products to include money-saving innovations like solar lighting and high-efficiency cookstoves