Do you know that many girls in Nepal are considered "unclean" during their time of the month?

They face harsh realities like sleeping in cowsheds away from their families, and using torn pieces of old clothing instead of sanitary pads.

 

In collaboration with World Vision, join us in making an eco-friendly reusable sanitary pad

which will be sent to a girl in Nepal!

Workshop Highlights

  • Hear stories about girls who struggle during their periods 

  • Learn about eco-friendly sanitary products and how they help to change lives

  • Learn how to sew a very simple reusable sanitary pad

  • Write a handwritten note to a girl in Nepal who will receive the pad

“I sleep in the cowshed during my menstruating days.”

Kamana, a girl from Nepal.

Kamana recalls her first period,
“My parents kept me in a room for seven days. I was not allowed to step out
of the room, or prepare my own food. Because of that, I missed my classes.”

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