Hygiene

Hygiene

We give hope for women and girls in need

If a girl doesn’t have access to feminine hygiene products, she misses school once she starts her period. That means she is absent for up to a week each month, dropping behind in classes.

Often, girls are forced to exchange sex for pads, so that they have a way to take care of themselves, which creates increased disease, pregnancy, and dropping out of school. 

Our HopeKit provides the tools that girls need to take care of their menstruation for up to 4 years. They provide dignity and support for girls, and change a generation. 

100 Humanitarians Turns Three Years Old

100 Humanitarians Turns Three Years Old

100 Humanitarians Turns Three Years Old 100 Humanitarians Turned 3 years old in July, after making it through the "Terrible Twos!" Not really, we had an amazing year with three full expeditions and a great deal of love and accomplishments. Some highlights: Partnered...

Manifest That!  The Underwear Story

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Eselenkai Girls Primary Boarding School in Kenya

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