Days for Girls International

Creating a more dignified, free and educated world through access to lasting feminine hygiene solutions.
Empower African Girls with Hygiene and Education
 
The poverty cycle can be broken when girls stay in school. An innovative solution has proven to be key - sustainable feminine hygiene she can count on. With it, she can avoid infection, shame, exploitation, early marriage, and even trafficking.Your support of this project provides girls quality washable sanitary pads and important reproductive health, hygiene, self-defense and sewing training. Girls, families and communities are empowered as leaders and sewing cooperatives gain income and skills project reportread updates from the field
Washable Feminine Hygiene for Syrian Refugees
 
Days for Girls Lebanon is bringing Days for Girls reusable feminine hygiene to Syrian women and girls. project reportread updates from the field
Support Refugee Women: The Thread of Hope Fund
 
Help us launch the Thread of Hope Fund to expand our programs to serve refugee women and girls around the world and teach them how to sew! What are they sewing? Hygiene Kits, that last for 2-4 years and enable women and girls to live life freely, and earn back days of school and work. Nowhere is this more needed than refugee communities, which is why Days for Girls is focusing on expanding the Thread of Hope in these communities, through its Micro-Enterprise programs. project reportread updates from the field
Teach Zimbabwe Women to Provide Feminine Hygiene
 
Rural Zimbabwe women go without safe feminine hygiene, leaving them using unhealthy methods. Lack of supplies raises school dropout rates, increases infection and can lead to exploitation. This project trains 50 Zimbabwe women from diverse rural provinces to be leaders and teachers of community trainers throughout their nation to make quality washable feminine hygiene supplies, while also providing girls with hygiene, safety and health training. Their networks can reach between 9 - 10,000 women. project reportread updates from the field
Teach Kenyan Women to Make Feminine Hygiene
 
Many girls in Kenya go without safe feminine hygiene, leaving them using unhealthy methods. Lack of supplies raises school dropout rates, increases infection and can lead to exploitation. This project trains Kenyan women from diverse rural provinces to be leaders and teachers of community trainers throughout their nation to make quality washable feminine hygiene supplies, while also providing girls with hygiene, safety and health training. project reportread updates from the field
 
   

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