600 Kits = 600 Girls Able to Stay in School

Our 2019 Cultural Immersion Trip Participants brought 600 Days for Girls reusable menstrual kits to Bagamoyo, Tanzania. The kits were made and donated by Days For Girls’ (DfG) chapters from Nashua, New Hampshire (300), Pennsylvania (100), Connecticut and Utah. Once we arrived in Bagamoyo the travel team and Students Empowering Students’ members completed the kits by adding soap, washcloths, panties and the new waterproof transport bags (made by the DfG Nashua NH Chapter) to replace the now banned ziplock bags previously included in kits. We were all so lucky when SES member Gladness Mushi stepped up and I was able to train her to teach the Days for Girls program when we learned our regular h

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