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The Kasiisi Project Girls’ Program

The Kibale Forest Schools' Program

The Kasiisi Project Girls Support Program has three main initiatives: keeping girls in school, informing them about their sexual health, and helping them become economically independent.

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Baby for Me (B4M)

Kilele Foundation

Baby for me is a disposable sanitary pad program which aims to support girls to stay in school and feel confident in their communities. It provides a long term solution to poor families that cannot afford artificial sanitary pads for their girls.

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Community and School Ecological Sanitation

Wherever the Need India Services (WTNIS)

In partnership with communities, Wherever the Need promotes ecological sanitation in communities, households, and schools, including the re-use of waste for agricultural purposes.

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I-Care Pads

Afri-Can Foundation

I-Care produces high-quality, washable sanitary pads, and provides healthy menstrual hygiene training and financial literacy that inspire confidence and equip vulnerable girls and women. In schools, I-Care also establishes health and saving clubs.

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The Menstrual Dignity Project

Dignity Period

The Menstrual Dignity Project aims to keep girls in school by providing menstrual hygiene kits that include reuseable, washable menstrual pads, underwear, and soap. The project is being piloted in Tigray, with hopes to expand into other parts of Ethiopia.

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Zana Pads

ZanaAfrica

ZanaAfrica works with community-based organizations to teach girls about menstrual hygiene management and help them access reusable and disposable sanitary pads.

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Aakar Innovations

Aakar Innovations

Aakar helps local women produce compostable menstrual pads in mini-factories in villages or urban slums and builds awareness on menstrual hygiene.

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Women’s WASH Promotion

Katosi Women Development Trust (KWDT)

KWDT's integrated water, hygiene and sanitation program engages and supports women to increase their access to clean and safe drinking water, access to adequate sanitation, and to improve hygiene in households and communities.

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Integrating Sustainable Health and Educational Development with Menstrual Hygiene Management

Tiret Community Empowerment for Change Association (TCECA)

TCECA has a comprehensive, school-focused approach to menstrual hygiene management education and WASH resource provision.

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Safi Pads: Reusable Menstrual Pads

Impact Africa Industries

Impact Africa is an organization that seeks to empower young girls and women by giving them affordable sanitary pad kits to support their continued education.

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Innovative Water Harvesting Systems

Rural Agency for Community Development and Assistance (RACIDA)

RACIDA provides environmentally and financially sustainable access to water through solar-powered water pump systems and rainwater harvesting in communities and schools in Ethiopia.

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Breaking Silence for Menstrual Hygiene

Vatsalya

Breaking Silence provides information about hygiene and menstrual management, access to safe water, and access to a private and clean place to change sanitary napkins.

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Leveraging Local Infrastructure for Menstrual Hygiene Managment

Kasturba Gandhi National Memorial Trust (KGNMT)

KGNMT provides low-income women and girls with information about their body, health and hygienic menstrual practices, along with access to low-cost sanitary napkins.

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Adolescent Girls’ Groups for Menstrual Hygiene Management

Aaina

Aaina works to improve the health and well-being of adolescent girls through better menstrual hygiene management, with a focus on supporting girls with disabilities.

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Gramalaya

Gramalaya

Gramalaya implements several innovative sanitation models such as child friendly toilets, micro-finance for sanitation, community managed pay-and-use latrines, and school health programs.

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