Empower women, transform communities
For families in poverty, sanitary pads are no different from luxuries. In Sub-Saharan Africa, 1 in 10 girls drops out of school due to the lack of access to sanitary products. Without pads, women find it difficult to work during periods, whereas they are the key contributors to the families’ income.
Period poverty not only affects women but the productivity and development of households and communities. We teaches women cloth pads-sewing and promote sanitary hygiene education. Sewing training centres are also set up to improve women’s livelihood skills.
We believe all women can embrace who they are,
can define their future, and can change the world.
We exist to support women in least developed countries (LDC) with hygiene facilitation and vocational training, and to improve girls' well being through ensuring menstrual health and protect their rights to education.
We see a society that women's potential are fully reached, that children's rights are protected, that the wellbeing and health of women who were once vulnerable would bring about the shared prosperity of all human.