Children  Kenya Project #6232

Sanitary kits to keep 300 girls in school in Kenya

by Kebirigo Community Resource Centre


KCRC will partners with a slum based org., which works with women in urban slums to produce reusable sanitary towels.The centre will buy sanitary kits for distribution to the neediest girls in schools

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Many poor girls in rural areas miss up to four or more days of classes every month during menstruation because they cannot afford sanitary pads or napkins. Some girls are known to use old piece of cloth, tissue paper, plastic paper or even newspapers or leaves in a bid to manage their periods. This often leads to embarrassing moments and many of the girls opt to skip class altogether.


Using the money donated by wellwishers through Global Giving, the centre will buy sanitary kits for distribution to the most needy girls in schools in the Kebirigo area of Nyamira District

Long-Term Impact

This project aims to provide girls in primary school aged 13-19 years with a supply of locally available re-usable sanitary pads so that they can confidently and hygienically manage their periods and attend school throughout the month.

Additional Documentation

This project has provided additional documentation in a PDF file (projdoc.pdf).


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Organization Information

Kebirigo Community Resource Centre

Location: Nyamira - Kenya
Website: http:/​/​greatnonprofits/​kebirigo
Project Leader:
Robert Obanyi
Nyamira, Nyanza province Kenya

Funded Project!

Combined with other sources of funding, this project raised enough money to fund the outlined activities and is no longer accepting donations.

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