The goal of The Girls’ Equality Project is to help young girls in developing countries who do not have access to or the money for basic feminine hygiene products. Currently, they use old rags or dry weeds.
These girls don’t go to school during their period because they have no access to sanitary supplies so they end up dropping out. Their chances in life become few: they marry early, work in the fields, or worse, are subjected to human trafficking.
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ODFL is providing washable sanitary supplies to girls so they can stay in school.
Today, I’m looking to see if you can extend a hand to these young girls at this critical time in their lives and keep them in school by supporting ODFL’s Girl’s Equality Project.
$5.00 can a girls life.
The girls’ equality project
Yes, we CAN change the world for a dollar!! We are doing it!
* The reusable sanitary supplies last for 3 years, often long enough for a girl to finish school
* When girls stay in school, they are less likely to be abused, be forced into child labor or become a child bride
* 100% of every dollar donated goes to the project
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