Over 600 million people live in extreme poverty. With limited resources, they must use whatever is available to manage their periods; rags, plastics, sand, ash, leaving an unclean cultural stigma towards menstruation. For example, some Nepalese cultures do not allow women on their period to enter kitchens, temples or schools.
We aim to provide a convenient way to ensure you have your tampons every month. We use part of every purchase to provide tampons to people in need and/or in less developed countries. We are working with some local charities like The Aelan Project who supplies healthcare services to the locals of Espiritu Santo, Vanuatu. We work with an amazing woman from The Aelan Project , who makes it possible to give our products directly to locals in need.
Share the dignity Australia have also helped us provide directly to Australian women that may be experiencing homelessness, fleeing domestic violence, or doing it tough.
It makes our heart so warm being able to help women not only in Australia but also in other countries where period poverty can be more common. We would love to one day help eliminate period poverty worldwide.