B4M is the first innovation and social responsibility program of Kilele Foundation to support school girls and adolescent mothers. B4M disposal sanitary towels will be made using soft socks which will be filled with cotton wool. The pads will then be placed on the panties similiar to traditional pads. Once the cotton wool is soaked, it will be removed and disposed while the sock will be washed and reused again. Kilele Foundation has organized farmers to start growing cotton to facilitate a smooth production of the pads. The pads are made by local design student volunteers.
Baby For Me is also developing a program to support adolescent mothers to remain in school. Many girls have become mothers while in school, and B4M Program is developing a day care program to allow them to take classes.