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.