In Kenya, many families live in the streets in abject poverty. Many of these families are made up of single women and children. The little money they get from good Samaritans is spent on food. When it's that time of the month, they often have to decide between buying food or sanitary towels.
Period poverty is real in Kenya. Many women and girls who are living on the streets cannot afford sanitary pads. It is sad that a woman has to choose between buying food for her children or sanitary towels to use.
That is why I am humbly calling out all men and women of the earth to come and help us provide clean sanitary towels to these women and girls who are living on the streets.
With your donations, we will be visiting these street women and girls every two weeks to provide them with sanitary pads, tampons and pantyliner. It is not much, but it can really help bring a smile on their faces, knowing they won't have to use dirty rags or mattress when they have their period.
With your donation, you can help us kick period poverty out of Kenya.
Any donation you give will be highly appreciated.