Pulse Live Kenya | How Students Turn Banana Waste Into Sanitary Pads | INSIDE THE HUSTLE

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Kenyan students (Lennox Omondi, Keylie Muthoni Ogola, Brian Ndung’u, Tony Smith, and Dullah Ogutu) startup, Eco-Bana, won Ksh.120 Million in the 2022 Hult Prize Global Finals. The entrepreneurs are students at St. Paul’s University in Kenya. Their hustle is to make biodegradable sanitary pads from banana fibre.

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