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Where is my pride?


Social stigma and cultural taboos about menstruation contribute to girls missing work and school. In my community, when you go to buy a pad, it is common for the seller to wrap it in multiple envelopes or even cover it with newsletters and pack it as if it is shameful to carry it. If we stop raising our voices about this issue, the number of school dropouts will increase.

PeriodPride


Keep Our Girls In School


Ending Period Poverty is possible if everybody joins the fight!

Through this campaign we are complimenting the efforts made by many organizations, governments, philanthropists and corporates across the globe to keep girls at school, through the provision of educational material, learning facilities and good quality products. More and more communities have come to realize the importance of getting girls educated, however, less attention is directed towards the seemingly “smaller issue” related to i.e. menstruation.

PeriodPride


Keep Our Girls In School


Ending Period Poverty is possible if everybody joins the fight!

We know that no matter where girls live in the world, they all share similar experiences when menstruating. For girls that struggle with poverty and homelessness, accessing feminine hygiene products can be a real challenge. If a girl misses four days of school each month for the entire term this will roughly translate to 36 days of lost education due to menstruation, thereby, affect her learning outcome and her interest in getting an education. For many girls, menstruation is slowly becoming one of the major reasons they lose interest in school and confidence to participate in activities.

Why Safepad- Antimicrobial & Reusable Sanitary Pads?


75% of all women experience vaginal infections during their lifetime. These infections cause health issues & can impact fertility..... Read more

OUR PROJECTS

The goal of this campaign is to mobilize people to take ACTION today and help us ensure that menstruation will no longer be a limit.

Donations

We help girls from under privileged backgrounds in all parts of the world with educational material and a package of Safepad™ antimicrobial reusable pads, because their education is our number one priority. We are fighting to eradicate period poverty as it affects some girls by missing school when they are on their periods each month.

Health

75% of all women experience vaginal infections during their lifetime. These infections cause health issues & can impact fertility. Getting more girls educated about menstrual health in general.Breaking the silence surrounding menstrual periods, no more taboos. Keeping more girls in schools by providing them with sanitary wear. read more

Economic Empowerment

Helps people earn a living, brings self-worth and launches the Campaign into sustainability.