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10000 Washable Sanitary Pads for African women

by Hoedspruit Training Trust
10000 Washable Sanitary Pads for African women
10000 Washable Sanitary Pads for African women
10000 Washable Sanitary Pads for African women
10000 Washable Sanitary Pads for African women
10000 Washable Sanitary Pads for African women
10000 Washable Sanitary Pads for African women
10000 Washable Sanitary Pads for African women
10000 Washable Sanitary Pads for African women
10000 Washable Sanitary Pads for African women
10000 Washable Sanitary Pads for African women
Jun 5, 2019

Victims of our own success

Staff

Our staff have been hard at work training to become fulltime sanitary making professionals. We’ve run into some issue regarding working permits as the three ladies we have chosen to start the project with are all from Zimbabwe. Getting their working permits sorted has been a bit of an uphill battle. Clarah Mazadza and Irene Dzvene has working permits, but unfortunately Joana Kabote has a slightly harder process that we need to complete. The process has shown us how the systems that are suppose to serve society sometimes exclude so many citizens from opportunities.

However, we are positive that this issue will be resolved soon.

 

Training

Our Partnership with Dignity Dreams, the organisation that will help us with training & quality control of our products, is still in its infancy phase and we have yet to determine the best way forward to ensure a steady and sustainable training programme for incoming seamstresses. We are also in the process of applying for a NACOSA ender to supply sexworkers with washable sanitary pads. If we were to get this project it would help us tremendously with resources and make it possible for us to reach more women . Not just with the pads, but also with the training programme.

 

Distribution

With the NACOSA tender would allow us to acces a larger distribution network and make it possible for us to establish this project long term. NACOSA is a network of over 1,800 civil society organisations working together to turn the tide on HIV, AIDS and TB in Southern Africa. NACOSA promotes dialogue, builds capacity with accredited training, mentoring and technical assistance and channels resources to support service delivery on the ground, particularly among children and youth, key populations and women and girls. A project of this sort could ensure that the seamstresses that acces training could in theory have access to a large mark to supply their products to. All of this is very exciting, but needs to still be finalised. 

 

Fingers crossed. Opportunities galore.

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Hoedspruit Training Trust

Location: Hoedspruit, Limpopo - South Africa
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Christine du Preez
Hoedspruit, Limpopo South Africa
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