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Another child care crisis: Diaper affordability

Chantal Alison-Konteh, who runs the nonprofit "Her Village Inc," distributes diapers with her children. (Courtesy of Chantal Alison-Konteh)
Chantal Alison-Konteh, who runs the nonprofit "Her Village Inc," distributes diapers with her children. (Courtesy of Chantal Alison-Konteh)

Here & Now‘s Deepa Fernandes speaks with Lacey Gero, manager of state policy for the National Diaper Bank Network about the rising demand for diaper assistance.

Chantal Alison-Konteh and her two children, Zoe, 9 and Zara, 7, relied on diaper banks when the girls were babies. Now it’s a full-circle moment with her daughters helping her distribute diapers to families who need help. (Courtesy of Chantal Alison-Konteh)

This article was originally published on WBUR.org.

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