• #iclimbforSHE

    What happens when SHE Champions
    trek up Mt. Kilimanjaro?

    They raise $51,165 to help 6,000 girls stay in school!

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  • Learn what it takes
    to #climbforSHE
    on Mt. Kilimanjaro.

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  • #iclimbforSHE

    What happens when SHE Champions
    trek up Mt. Kilimanjaro?

    They raise $51,165 to help 6,000 girls stay in school!

  • WHAT'S ONE REASON SHE MISSES
    50 DAYS OF SCHOOL?

    Believe it or not, it's something as small as a menstrual pad.

    Find Out Why
  • DID WE JUST SAY MENSTRUATION?
    YES, WE DID!

    Find Out Why
  • #iclimbforshe

    At SHE, we believe that everyone has the limitless potential to change the world. And we believe that you can do that too. Here's how.



    Photo courtesy of Summit Expeditions and Nomadic Experience

  • IS CHARITY THE ONLY WAY TO END POVERTY?

    Think again.

    Here's Why
  • CAN A MAXIPAD CHANGE THE WORLD?
    YEP.

    Girls can miss up to 50 days of school simply because they can't afford menstrual pads.

    HERE'S HOW
  • Share the power of #smallthings to change the lives of girls in Rwanda

  • HOLLA BACK AT US!

  • FOLLOW OUR INCREDIBLE PROGRESS

  • HOW ARE WE DOING?

    Follow our progress we work hard to provide increased access for SHE go! Pads. By 2017, we'll have a replicable blueprint that has multiple positive outcomes!

  • HELLO SHE-RO.
    THANK YOU FOR INVESTING IN WOMEN’S AND GIRLS’ LIVES, THEIR COMMUNITIES, AND THE WORLD.

  • IT’S NOT A FAIRY TALE: SHE IS SPINNING BANANA FIBER INTO GOLD.

  • THE 5-YEAR “BLOOD COST”

    For many people, five years is how long it would take to watch every episode of csi. For millions of girls and women in low and middle-income countries around the world, however, five years is what they stand to lose from school and work over a lifetime. The reason: menstruation. Believe it or not, these girls and women are missing out because they lack affordable menstrual products and menstrual hygiene education. Worse, menstruation remains a taboo subject, making open conversations difficult. This deafening silence means menstrual hygiene management is a huge challenge. Ultimately, these girls and women are denied their rights to health, education and gender equity, sanitation and dignity.

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    DEBUNKS stereotypes RECLAIMS local resources INVESTS in new ideas and people LAUNCHES entrepreneurs to improve lives

THE STATUS QUO MUST GO.

 

We believe that international aid alone isn’t the answer to solving many of the largest socio-economic problems of our time. You can’t stick a band-aid on global poverty, hunger or disease.

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that invests in people and ideas that are typically overlooked (and often taboo) as vehicles of social and economic change.

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18% of women and girls in Rwanda missed out on work or school last year because they could not afford to buy menstrual pads. Apart from the personal injustice stemming from menstrual taboos and the larger issues of health and dignity, that’s a potential GDP loss of $215 per woman every year in Rwanda – all because of a lack of access to menstrual pads. It’s bad business. Bottom line. 

 

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DEBUNKING

stereotypes

RECLAIMING

local resources

INVESTING

in new ideas and people

LAUNCHING

entrepreneurs to improve lives

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