Youth Leadership Brings Menstrual Equity to Tanzania

MOYODEI is youth-led community organization based in Morogoro, Tanzania. Earlier this year, MOYODEI was selected as a recipient of a One4Her donation of 250 AFRIpads...

by Morgan MW

Perseverance in Malawi: Pads4Girls Kits, 1 Year Later

We recently connected with our longtime Pads4Girls colleague Rachel Starkey to learn about the impact that the Transformation Textiles (TT) Malawi pilot project is having one year...

by Madeleine S.

Transformation Textiles + Pads4Girls = Malawi Success!

It’s often said that the best things in life can take time, and that relationships are everything. In the case of a unique new tactic...

by Madeleine S.

AFRIpads & Lunapads: Putting A Ring On It

It's amazing timing that AFRIpads founders Paul Grinvalds and Sophia (Sonia) Klumpp have recently become engaged (hooray! we wish them every happiness), because we have...

by Madeleine S.

One4Her: Solidarity Not Charity

A super-interesting conversation took place on Facebook the other day after the fabulous folks over at A Girl’s Guide to Taking Over the World shared...

by Madeleine S.

Malawi Update (& BIG Love!)

As reported in April 2012, in conjunction with Cotton Tales, Pads4Girls launched a ground breaking and socially innovative new development campaign called Transformation Textiles ("TT"):...

by Madeleine S.

Meet Anna Ebert, shero

Anna Ebert wrote to us in March of 2012 to inquire whether we might be able to supply 50,000 Pads4Girls Kits. We were amazed! It...

by Madeleine S.

Days for Girls Opens Door to Change

Back in October we received a donation request from Project Thrive, an organization that has been working hard to provide girls and women all over...

by Morgan MW

DIY pads, for you or others!

In Lunapads mythology, Once Upon A Time there was a fair young maiden (yours truly!) who aspired to make the loveliest washable menstrual pads in...

by Madeleine S.


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