Did you know that 5 out of 10 girls in Kenya miss school 2 or more days in a month due to lack of sanitary pads? Well, this is due to the fact that some of these girls come from families that make less than $2 a day. This has a negative impact on the girl child education and social life in such a society. To begin with, lack of sanitary pads is a leading cause to the increased school dropout rates of girls in Kenya. Take a look at this scenario, Naserian a Maasai girl living in Londo Kilani Kajiado County comes from a community that has little or no belief of a girl going to school is in class 7 equivalents to grade 9 in the British curriculum has just reached puberty. She now needs 3 sanitary towels a day which her family cannot afford. Her family depends on livestock farming to feed the family. However this is an extra expense to the family. Adding to this, Naserian tribe has historically practiced early marriages for girls who have reached puberty. The family prefers to marry her off to an elderly man in the village in exchange of cows. This family prefers instead of buying her sanitary pads which is an extra expense to marry her off. Providing sanitary pads to these girls will ensure that they are in school despite the situation. This is because the reason for the extra expense will not arise. It becomes difficult to marry off a girl who has her own understanding and is educated. When this girls reach the age of 17 they will be secured from the misleading culture. The project is aimed at providing the towels and also provides the right information to the community about the importance of the girl child education. The funds will also be used to ensure that some of the cases of these girls are followed with a legal frame work. This as a result will change the norms of the society and have a positive impact to the neglected girl child.