Move Over, Mary Kay

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This isn't your typical door-to-door. That’s mostly because a lot of the transactions are between impoverished women in developing nations. This social venture is aimed at spurring entrepreneurship, and simultaneously selling affordable—usually below market-rate—medical supplies and family planning to people without previously reliable access to either. "Health promoters" for LivingGoods go door-to-door selling products shown to stop diseases with high mortality rates at low costs, such as malaria, worms, and TB.