Join our fight against period poverty

What is period poverty? ‘Period poverty describes the struggle many low-income women and girls face while trying to afford menstrual products. The term also refers to the increased economic vulnerability women and girls face due the financial burden posed by menstrual supplies.’

Anti-poverty NGO The Borgen Project estimates that seven million South African girls cannot afford to buy sanitary products. Across the globe, the World Bank says that at least 500 million women and girls lack access to the facilities they need during their periods.

Join us in our fight against period poverty by donating sanitary pads. Even a single packet of sanitary pads will go a long way.

Charity,Community Development
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