In a recent Wall Street Journal article, Living Goods’ founder Chuck Slaughter discussed his inspiration for starting the organization in 2006, and explains why effective community health workers can be the key to delivering quality care in communities that need it most. “Why shouldn’t all children have access to the same [health] care as mine?” he asks. Read the full article here.
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Living Goods is a recommended charity of The Life You Can Save. Living Goods uses an Avon-style scaleable network of micro-franchise entrepreneurs to make important and often life-saving health products and information accessible and affordable for those in poor areas of Africa.
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