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Category: Menstual Health Project


Menstrual Hygiene Festival

Needbe Foundation is excited to bring you the sauciest ever and first of its kind, Menstrual Hygiene Festival. As part of our mandate to make every girl love and enjoy menstruation, and to donate reusable menstrual pads to girls who struggle through their periods due to the inability to afford pads; we are giving up…
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Second Menstrual Health Education Project

Savelugu Municipal in the Northern Region of Ghana on 28th May 2021. This is our second menstrual hygiene project for the year 2021 and was in partnership with Grooming Girls Network and HNDP, these organizations are based in Accra and are passionate about menstrual education for girls. Grooming Girls Network has been our reliable partner…
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First Menstrual Health Education Project

Betwease and Aseratoase, Assin South District, Central Region, Ghana on the 2nd and 3rd February 2021. Our first workshop for this year was in partnership with Grooming Girls Network, an organisation based in Accra that is into reproductive and menstrual education for girls. We have had a project previously in May 2018, where we educated…
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Pads Sewing Day -London

Pads Sewing Day is an idea we brought up to gather people who are passionate about menstrual poverty with regards to menstrual health so we can together sew cloth sanitary pads that are reusable for girls in some of the most underserved rural areas in Ghana on some days in a month hopefully. The aim…
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Reflections from our two volunteers Wonder and Livingstone who helped us painting a School in Waya

Wonder: You can make a change, I can make a change and many can make a change. It was so amazing yesterday at Adaklu Waya in the Volta Region of Ghana. I engaged in volunteering to paint the World map on a school painting project initiated by Needbe Foundation, an NGO led by, Samuel Dzomeku.…
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Starting this menstrual cycle and hygiene project was associated with the increasing teenage pregnancies and a couple of untrue responses we got from some girls when we interviewed them. We realised they needed more education so they can feel more confident and safe in society. There are lots of stigma surrounding menstrual cycles but we…
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