18% of girls and women in Rwanda reported that they miss up to 50 days of school because they can't afford expensive imported pads.

SHE¬†learned that pads could cost more than a day’s wages, and that previous efforts to provide donated pads proved to be a “band-aid” approach to the global problem of providing resources to the girls and women who need them.

But what if there were a better way? And what if you could be a part of it?

EMPOWER PEOPLE WITH OPPORTUNITY

 

 

 

 

With the SHE28 campaign, we are actively debunking the myth that donated pads is a long-term solution to this problem. We are building a business in Rwanda that has reached 6,500 girls and women, and we aren’t done yet.

SHE has a solution

We're not giving handouts. We invest in the necessary technology to provide resourceful people the skills and training they need to lead a new path towards economic opportunity.

Farmers

Farmers

SHE equips farmers with the tools and training to sell us banana fiber.

Production

Production

The banana fiber is then made info affordable menstrual using a patented process by local women.

The Impact

The Impact

Our go! pads are then sold at affordable price point to the girls and women who need them.

 

 

YOUR GIFT TODAY

Creates opportunity for the resourceful people who need it the most.

$65

boosts one farmer's income with purchase of banana fiber

$100

increases access to our go! pads to 140 schoolgirls for one month

$330

$330 trains a future pad maker & franchise owner

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WE WANT TO REACH A TOTAL OF 250,000 GIRLS BY 2017.

Today is your opportunity to join us. Are you in?

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