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Wednesday 17 August 17:45-19:00

Ladies, join us for a series of talks by four inspiring women on Wednesday 17 August in celebration of Women’s Month. All proceeds go to Imbumba Foundation’s Caring4Girls Programme.

Caring4Girls is a sanitary towels distribution programme to keep young girls in school during their monthly cycles. The programme focuses on creating awareness on puberty and adolescent and in the process demystify all menstrual related myths.

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 About Us Vision2020 Leadership Challenge Trek4Mandela Day Challenge Caring4Girls Programme Latest News Eco-Preneur Gallery Legal Stuff Caring4Girls Programme Caring4Girls is a sanitary towels distribution programme to keep young girls in school during their monthly cycles. The programmes focuses on creating awareness on puberty and adolescent and in the process demystify all menstrual related myths. The programme was started in 2012 after Richard Mabaso (concept innovator) overhead a fearful conversation between his mom and niece about menstruation which to this day is deemed taboo by many societies. It focuses on the following areas: education and training on: puberty and menstrual hygiene management, handling, usage and disposal of sanitary towels in poor and rural schools or communities. Research has revealed that most poor girls may miss up to 50 days of schooling annually due to the lack of access to adequate sanitary protection. It is against these shocking statistics that Imbumba Foundation established Caring4Girls to achieve the following: • Reach and support as many poor girls as possible with sanitary towels • Create menstrual hygiene awareness through education and training. • Establish Caring4Girls Advocacy Groups in schools. • Reduce school a high number of school absenteeism and drop-outs caused by menstrual related challenges. • Holistic development and empowerment of the girl child and the boy child at a later stage.

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