Its goal is to build sustainable community health systems at scale. Living Goods operates networks of independent entrepreneurs who make a living by selling medicines and products to poor people that can help improve their health, wealth, and productivity. Living Goods borrows from successful direct selling models like Avon Products , Amway and Tupperware. The project aims to be fully self-funded at scale. Living Goods was founded by Chuck Slaughter in Living Goods focuses on three prevailing problems with health systems in the developing world: 1 the shortage of front-line health workers, 2 the inadequate distribution of basic health products in both the public and private sectors, and 3 the failure of innovations like clean cook stoves and solar lamps to reach scale. Living Goods supports agents through networks of branch-warehouses. Agents serve their clients via door-to-door visits, home-based stores, mobile technology and community meetings.
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