Breaking together 30 schools from 30 communities for a fin filled day. Students will give TEDPeriod talk on their period experience, drama and various activities on how they are breaking period barriers.
On line auction to support The MoonCatcher Project’s mission of producing and providing MoonCatcher Menstrual Management Kits to girls in low-income communities around the world. We plan to raise enough funding to provide 3,000 girls with the knowledge and materials they need to manage menstruation with dignity.
Background Roughly 800 million women and girls around the world have their period every day. However, in many places, taboos associated with menstruation, combined with an overall culture of silence around the topic, limit the ability of women and girls to fully and equally participate in societal activities, thus undermining their overall social status and […]
I matter Initiative has been working with different community across the country in five district and our community comes around 1200 in preparation of Menstrual hygiene day we plan to celebrate it with our communities in schools we plan to go on ground and visit them, dance with them, have a conversation give them education […]
Using this marathon as a way to raise awareness and education to the community regarding menstrual hygiene challenges and to break the taboos and stigma surrounds menstruation in Tanzania To raise fund to purchase menstrual products for young schools girls in selected regions and provide them with education.. we use this marathon as a fundraising
Organisation: Smile For Community/ Anuflo Industries Limited
We aim to educate girls on how to manage menstruation in a sustainable manner by using reusable pads. This workshop will take place in Yaounde, the capital of Cameroon precisely at St. Micheal the Arch Angel Parish, Elig Edzoa. We estimate a population of 100 to 150 attendees.
The event is going to be a 10 day event starting from 22nd of May with social media advocacy , media outreach and then menstrual hygiene talk with school girls, community women and people in the IDP camps