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Education

  • Endometriosis: a zine by Dana Kearley

    My name is Dana Kearley — I am an artist and illustrator based in Vancouver, BC. My artwork is a visceral response to personal life, being a woman, and my endless conflict…

  • 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…

  • Meet Jennifer

    You know when you just find the right menstrual product for you? None of them you really love, but you find one that is just comfortable enough not to drive you crazy.…

  • 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…

  • Days for Girls Opens Door to Change

    Back in October we received a donation request from Project Thrive, an organization that has been working hard to provide girls and women all over Africa with washable pads through their Days…