Good News Day 13: Two Million Used Pill Bottles From the U.S. Are Saving Lives in Africa


Recycling those little, plastic pill bottles that Westerners take for granted is behind a genius plan for helping out millions of people in Africa.

In Malawi, a shortage of bottles means people need to carry loose pills home in their hands or wrapped in paper. Once they arrive home in mud-and-thatch huts, they have to find a way to store them so they stay clean and dry.

Source: Two Million Used Pill Bottles From the U.S. Are Saving Lives in Africa