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Pads4Girls

  • When You’re A Refugee, And You Get Your Period

    One of the most satisfying things we do here at Lunapads is run the Pads4Girls & One4Her projects – this allows us to help encourage and empower global menstrual hygiene organizations. One…

  • AFRIpads Team with Girl Talk Booklet

    “Girl Talk” booklet is here!

    Girls know that education is their only path to self-sufficiency. It is their only chance to shape their own fate rather than having the limits of their lives dictated to them by…

  • Your Support Matters: Pader Girls Academy Update

    Last May, we launched a special One4Her campaign in partnership with Diva International Inc. to provide sustainable menstrual supplies to students at the Pader Girls Academy. For every DivaCup we sold, Diva…

  • Healthy Periods: A Doctor’s Global Perspective

    Guest blogger Saki Onda is a Masters of Public Health student in the global health department at the Harvard School of Public Health. The ability to manage our menses safely, comfortably, and…

  • AFRIpads & Lunapads: putting a ring on it

    It’s amazing timing that AFRIpads founders Paul Grinvalds and Sophia (Sonia) Klumpp have recently become engaged (hooray! we wish them every happiness), because we have some commitment news of our own: Lunapads…

  • One4Her: Solidarity Not Charity

    A super-interesting conversation took place on Facebook the other day after the fabulous folks over at A Girl’s Guide to Taking Over the World shared our One4Her mini poster. There were over…

  • Malawi update (& BIG love!)

    As reported in April 2012, in conjunction with Cotton Tales, Pads4Girls launched a ground breaking and socially innovative new development campaign called Transformation Textiles (“TT”): Making Waste Into Opportunity. We’re excited to…