Today marked another significant achievement for the Born to be Awesome Initiative as we continued our mission of promoting menstrual hygiene education. Our team visited Ekambara Primary School in Mumias West, where we conducted an educational session on menstrual hygiene and teenage pregnancy awareness for the schoolgirls.
Led by Ms. Terry Adel, an official of our organization, the session aimed to empower the girls with knowledge and skills to manage their menstrual health effectively. We discussed important topics such as proper menstrual hygiene practices and the risks associated with teenage pregnancies, providing the students with valuable insights and guidance.
In addition to the educational session, we distributed free menstrual pads to the girls. These pads are part of our ongoing efforts to ensure access to essential menstrual hygiene products for young girls in underserved communities.
The gesture was warmly appreciated by the school administration, who recognized the importance of such initiatives in supporting the well-being and education of their students. We are grateful for the opportunity to make a positive impact in the lives of these girls and communities, and we remain committed to our vision of promoting menstrual hygiene and empowering women and girls across the region.
To our partners, we are making a tangible difference in the lives of the young girls and communities. Thank you for partnering with us in our mission to promote menstrual hygiene and empower women and girls everywhere.