We are all for promoting freedom of women from period Pain and shame.

While menstruation is a natural process, which is an essential feature of a woman’s reproductive ability, girls and women in Zimbabwe go through extreme struggles to manage their menstruation cycle every month. A large chunk of the population strongly believe that this natural cycle is dirty and unclean, and must be kept hidden. The situation is worst in poor and marginalised communities. Poor menstrual hygiene practices not only put the women and girls at risk of various infections and diseases, but also hinder their day-to-day tasks. Often adolescent girls drop out of school and the education system due to lack of adequate sanitary products.