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A Means Of Safe And Reliable Team Transportation Has Been A Thorn In Our Growth And Community Impact. Accessibility And Reliability During long Distance Travels and Improved Planning For Events, Activities, and Camps Will Definitely Be ignited by a ministry van. It’s Simply An Investment In Service Progress And Efficiency.
An Initiative Birthed In 2013 After Seeing The First-Hand Impact Of The Effect Of Menstruation Poverty. With Very Limited Resources, We Have Engaged Girls To Learn How To Make Sanitary Pads, However, The Need Supersedes Available Resources. Girls In The Rural Areas Have No Access To Proper Sanitary Products And End Up Resorting To Using Old Rags Or Staying At Home To Manage Their Menstruation. Aside From The Cost Of Single-Use Pads, Shaming And Taboos Surrounding Menstruation Keep Girls From Going To School. What Starts As A Few Missed Days Of School Escalates To Girls Dropping Out And Even Ends In Early Marriages. SendHERPad Is A Mobilizing Effort To Deliver Reusable Sanitary Pads To Girls In Hard To Reach Areas And Provide Information About Hygiene And Managing Their Periods. The Need Is Real! – At A Local Shop, The Average Single-Use Menstrual Product Costs $3 For One Packet Per Month, Equaling $36 Or More Per Year. This Is Simply Unaffordable For These Girls, However, If 1 Person Sends $8, This Provides A Girl 1 Reusable Pad Kit & Underwear For A Year. If 2000 People Send $8 Each, 2000 Girls Will Be Covered For A Year.
In 2020, 3 sewing Machines were donated to community girls led by teacher Alice. the goal was simple, “learn a trade.” Also, With schools closed down during the lockdown, many children had to find ways to make an income for Basic needs & supplement household incomes. This birthed the need for a communal place to welcome like minds, get creative together, and have storage for the sharable resources to help develop skills. this is a building block to the possibility of a skills workshop space/ technical school.