60 days. That’s the average number of days in a year that women and girls menstruate. In Nepal, girls are culturally regarded as “unclean” during their time of the month. They are shunned and forced into isolation during their periods. Poverty also means they need to resort to using rags or dry leaves to stem their menstrual flow.
Join us this October as we collaborate with The Period Co. (previously known as Live Love Luna) to stand up for girls. Learn to sew a DIY-reusable sanitary pad, and pen a note of encouragement for a girl in Nepal. Stand with us to help keep girls in school and empower them to take charge of their menstrual health.
Register today! Limited slots available.