Can you imagine missing school or work because you cannot afford a sanitary pad?
For the price of a cup of coffee, you can help a poor woman get sustainable, hygienic, safe menstrual protection for two years.
Project Baala is a non-profit organization working to provide reusable sanitary pads to vulnerable women and girls who cannot afford them. Project Baala is active in India and has recently started operations in Nepal, Ghana, and Tanzania.
Project Baala's reusable, washable sanitary pads are three layers of fabric and absorbent of excellent quality. The topmost layer has an antibacterial treatment that ensures hygiene and safety. The bottom layer is made of an impermeable material to prevent leakage and staining. The pads last two years, which means no recurring costs and minimal environmental waste during that time.
Each Baala kit costs 190 Rupees (approximately $2 to 3 dollars) and contains three reusable sanitary pads which provide safe and sustainable menstrual protection for up to 2 years. Baala ensures responsible distribution of the kits through its channel partners.
The COVID Pandemic has hit the most impoverished communities in India the hardest. Lack of income has put many families in a crisis. With families struggling to make ends meet, one of the essential items women and girls don't have access to is sanitary pads.
With the help of this fundraiser, women and girls will get essential menstrual products.
Please help us help them! We are grateful for your help!
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