Made In Brunel Podcast Interview: Emily Riggs

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MiB pic Kulinda

This year’s Made In Brunel exhibition had some truly innovative and inspirational designs including the one I’m showcasing today. Hear all about Emily’s idea and why it’s revolutionary for women in developing countries in this short podcast.

Not only is Kulinda easy to use, it doesn’t require extra resources (important for use in rural villages) and can be produced for 20p! Emily is currently talking to a charity in USA about production but is keen to speak to other charities who might be interested in putting Kulinda into production. Please get in touch with her through her MiB pic Kulinda if you can help or would like any more information.

MiB pic Kulinda

Kulinda: Protection against HIV transmission in breast feeding

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