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NANUM is a contraceptive product purchasing system that allows women in developing countries to have freedom of contraception. Proceeds from NANUM condoms sold in developed countries are used to distribute contraceptives for women in developing countries. Women in many developing countries are deprived of various social opportunities by giving birth to unwanted children at an early age. NANUM, which means "sharing" in Korean, try to ensure that women in developing countries can make their own choices about their lives and thus give equal social opportunities to men and women.
Anseong, South Korea