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Not Just a Piece of Cloth (NJPC)

Goonj

MY Pads by Goonj are affordable, reusable, and biodegradable pads which are provided to women in India in tandem with information on healthy menstrual hygiene practices.

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Water Supply, Sanitation, and Hygiene Promotion

Jerusalem Children and Community Development Organization (JeCCDO)

JeCCDO creates access to clean water, sanitation and hygiene services by triggering behavior change in communities in rural Ethiopia.

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Action for Mobilization of Community Health Initiatives (AMCHI)

Population First

Population First conducts monthly interactive sessions on personal and menstrual hygiene, changes during adolescence and puberty, as well as sexual and reproductive rights and responsibilities.

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Life Skills Education-Based WASH Promotion

Kalinga Institute of Social Sciences (KISS)

KISS's school-based program targets indigenous communities in India with WASH messaging, rooted in education that builds life skills and promotes adolescent reproductive and sexual health.

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Uger Menstrual Pads

Jatan Sansthan

Uger menstrual pads are eco-friendly, cotton, reusable, washable and handmade to promote safe menstrual management, as well as provide supplementary income to the women who stitch the pads.

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Water Sanitation Hygiene & Girls’ Education Project

Health Education Environment and Livelihood Society (HEEALS)

HEEALS implements behavior change communication and education about menstruation to girls and women in rural India.

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Jayaashree Industries

Jayaashree Industries

Jayaashree helps women entrepreneurs produce and sell disposable menstrual pads using their innovative machinery and entrepreneurship support.

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Menstrual Hygiene Management Program

Irise International

Irise Uganda aims to deliver high quality, fact-based menstrual health education and a washable, reusable sanitary pad that is affordable and accessible to the end user.

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EVA Wear

Transformation Textiles

Transformation Textiles uses leftover factory textiles to make an affordable, reusable, and accessible menstrual pad for women and girls in East Africa.

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Sustainable Sanitation in Rural India

Nav Bharat Jagriti Kendra (NBJK)

Nav Bharat Jagriti Kendra (NBJK) uses education and supply chain strengthening such as mason training to holistically change hygiene practices in rural society and provide access to quality toilets.

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Red Spot

Project KHEL (Kids Holistic Education and Life Skills)

The Red Spot program educates girls and boys about menstruation, taking the important step of breaking the silence around the issue through fun and interactive means.

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Learning Through Play

WASH United

WASH United uses interactive learning techniques to promote sustainable WASH behavior change among children in India.

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Reusable Sanitary Pads

AFRIpads

AFRIPads empowers women and girls through business, innovation, and opportunity by manufacturing and selling reusable sanitary pads.

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Pad for Pad

Eco Femme

Pad For Pad is a menstrual health education and washable cloth pad production and distribution program for adolescent girls from economically disadvantaged backgrounds in India.

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Menstruation-Friendly Schools and Hotline

Azadi

The Menstruation-Friendly Schools program aids girls in adequately managing menstruation in school through education and research to enable an environment in which stakeholders collaborate to keep girls in school.

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