HOW WE GIVE
When you buy a cup, one is given to a girl or a woman that suffers from period poverty
Each donation comes with a workshop where the girls and women can learn how to use the menstrual cup and discuss freely about menstruation. This ensures that they have all the information on how to use and care for the product that they will receive. Continuous support is also provided by the trainers.
WHY WE GIVE
Girls and women do not have access or can not afford
Women in France suffer from period poverty
of girls in Macedonia have missed school due to period poverty
girls have missed school in the UK due to period poverty
of women in Nigeria lack adequate privacy for MHM
WHEN YOU BUY A CUP
You provide a solution to girls that are struggling to manage their period
Many girls and women do not have access to menstrual products or can’t afford it. When you are facing the lack of menstrual produtcs, using toilet paper, newspaper, rags or leaves are often your only option. Not only are they ineffective solutions but they are unhygienic and uncomfortable.
When we make a donation on your behalf, you make a long lasting impact on how a girl or a woman lives during her period.
OUR DISTRIBBUTION PARTNERS
We work with partners that are already working to improve lives of girls and women that are suffering from poverty.
When you buy a cup, one cup is given to them.
Together, we can create long-lasting positive change
EDUCATION ON MENSTRUAL HEALTH
Managing your period in a respectful manner does have a real impact on how you feel and can go on with your life.
But everything starts with knowing your body and how it works. In many countries, menstruation is stigmatized. Women and girls live embarrassed or even scared. As a direct consequence, some girls do not want what is happening when they have their period for the 1st time.
To change that, all our partners receive with the donation, an access to educative and informative material on menstruation so they have as much information as they can to address this question with the girls that receive our menstrual cup.