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...

by Guest Blogger

"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...

by Lunapads Team

Youth Leadership Brings Menstrual Equity to Tanzania

MOYODEI is youth-led community organization based in Morogoro, Tanzania. Earlier this year, MOYODEI was selected as a recipient of a One4Her donation of 250 AFRIpads...

by Morgan MW

Continuing the Menstruation Conversation with Maji Safi Group & One4Her

We were first contacted by Maji Safi Group in 2013. As a health promotion and disease prevention educational organization based in a rural Tanzania, Maji Safi...

by Morgan MW

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...

by Lisa F.

Perseverance in Malawi: Pads4Girls Kits, 1 Year Later

We recently connected with our longtime Pads4Girls colleague Rachel Starkey to learn about the impact that the Transformation Textiles (TT) Malawi pilot project is having one year...

by Madeleine S.

Building Brighter Futures at the Pader Girls Academy

We're thrilled to announce that, for the 2nd year in a row, Diva International has pledged to participate in our One4Her Program with a donation...

by Lisa F.

Transformation Textiles + Pads4Girls = Malawi Success!

It’s often said that the best things in life can take time, and that relationships are everything. In the case of a unique new tactic...

by Madeleine S.

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...

by Guest Blogger


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