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RED ALERT ! World Menstrual Hygiene Day

Why free condoms and costly pads? Sex is a choice but menstruation is not. Most females say that the cheapest disposable SANITARY PADS ranges from 400 Naira and above (i.e about $1.80 and above).

Do you think that these sanitary pads are overly rated and unaffordable to you and even the common girl?

We also discovered that some females in rural areas exchange their bodies for money to men in order to purchase some menstrual hygiene products in order to guard themselves during their periods. If sanitary pads and menstrual hygiene products were subsidized, do you think that it will be fair enough for the female gender?

Click here to participate in this survey/campaign

By participating in this campaign, you are not only a voice for many girls and women who are voiceless, vulnerable, underprivileged, but for yourselves who is a beautiful, strong, powerful, valued and intelligent woman.

Through Project Red Alert, we hope to support and educate women and girls in need of menstrual hygiene products and also employ solutions to help females gain quick access to hygiene products in times of emergency. 

Join us in this movement. Your Donation and support will go a long way in saving a girl child. 

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