Thanks to your dollars, we have provided reproductive education and WRAPS kits
– which include pads, a wet bag and underwear –
to a whopping 700 young women.


So many girls have to miss school when they are on their periods because disposable feminine hygiene products are either not available or not affordable. The WRAPS project (washable, reusable, affordable pads) gives girls the freedom to continue with their daily activities.

This project is a win-win because it also employs Ethiopian women to make the WRAPS! We're thankful to be partnered with Allison Karnes for this project.

WRAPS is so simple and so profound. For $15 per kit we can empower girls and promote education.

 
 

Read our latest blog post about WRAPS: