The Girl Child Project supports vulnerable girls who suffer through their menstruation period, not having access to sanitary pads or hygiene knowledge. Many end up not attending school or dropping out due to this.
What is the Girl Child Project?
The Girl Child Project started in 2014 when Florence Talemwa, A Ugandan mother and secretary of Trinity Primary school assessed the hardships that teenage girls go through while at school.
Why does the Girl Child Project exist?
Many vulnerable girls suffer through their menstruation period, not having access to sanitary pads or hygiene knowledge. Many end up leaving school or dropping out due to this and thus miss out on their crucial education.
What is the solution?
IRFF created the Girl Child Project with Florence Talemwa leading it. The project aims to provide sanitary pads and pain killers for girls, as well as offering education on personal hygiene.