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AFRIpads donates Menstrual Kits to teenage mothers for International Women’s Day celebration
AFRIpads donates 100 Menstrual Kits to Teenage Mothers at Naguru Teenage Health and Information Centre to celebrate International Women’s Day.
AFRIpads partners with the National Women’s Council and Reach a Hand Uganda to distribute 800 Menstrual Kits in Kasese, Uganda.
AFRIpads donates 800 menstrual kits to Kasese teenage mothers and girls
800 teenage girls in Kasese receive Menstrual Health and Hygiene supplies
The Groove with Crystal: In conversation with AFRIpads
A Holistic Approach to Better Menstrual Health and Hygiene: Entrepreneurs in Action
Sophia Grinvalds, AFRIpads CEO, speaks about menstruation and rural development during Flow Innovation.
Sophia Grinvalds of AFRIpads Ltd on Innovative Menstrual Health and Hygiene Solutions
Menstrual hygiene management, girls speak out
In rural areas of Africa, girls do not always have menstrual products and adequate underwear
A factory provides accommodation for workers during Covid-19 lockdown
At a Ugandan factory, workers prove that ‘periods don’t pause for pandemics’
Social Enterprises Fight ‘Period Poverty’ Amid Pandemic
Why Menstrual Hygiene Management is Important
Menstrual Health and Hygiene Management | NBS Breakfast Meeting
Over 150000 refugee women, girls to receive reusable sanitary pads in massive distribution
Menstrual pads help Ugandan women journey out of stigma
This simple Canadian product helps African girls stay in school
Proper Sanitary Pads Are Keeping Girls In School
You Cannot Imagine How Difficult It Is For These Girls
5 amazing companies working in menstrual hygiene