WORLD MENSTRUAL HYGIENE DAY – Pad Bank Ghana

Pad Bank Ghana as an initiative by Sharearly foundation sends out its cry and plea. Our visits to rural communities show clearly that, there are

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Pad Bank Ghana as an initiative by Sharearly foundation sends out its cry and plea. Our visits to rural communities show clearly that, there are struggles when it comes to menstrual hygiene.
Still, menstruation in Ghana is an issue. Menstrual poverty still hovers in some rural communities in Ghana.

Women and girls are being stigmatized. Girls stay out of school anytime they are menstruating due to lack of sanitary products and the fear of being mocked when they get stained.

Menstruation is natural and just like any other natural occurrence, should be accepted by all.

This years’ World Menstrual Hygiene Day communicates, “Making menstruation a normal fact of life by 2030”. On that note, we are:

1. Raising awareness about the challenges regarding access to menstrual products, education about menstruation and period friendly sanitation facilities.

2. Breaking the stigma surrounding menstruation.

Although, Pad Bank Ghana and other organizations are making a lot of impact in Ghana, there are still many more to do. We would want to touch the very core hearts of individuals in rural communities.

Join hands with Pad Bank Ghana, let’s normalize menstruation.
Let’s tour to deep towns.

Pad Bank Ghana: Protecting the dignity of the younger generation

SHARE EARLY, SAVE A LIFE TODAY

To support, kindly contact the founder (Sharine Oppong Kwartemaa) on +233 (0) 541 886 187 or +233 (0) 591 458 572
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