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Days For Girls provides washable, re-useable feminine hygiene kits to girls and women around the world so they can continue to go to school or work during their period. Volunteers sew, pack, and send kits to areas all over the world to help girls and women continue school and care for their families every day. This not only empowers girls and women but often helps their overall health and allows them to become better educated and more productive in their communities.

About us
We are women, men, and children working together around the world to make feminine hygiene kits for girls and women so they can stay in school or work during their period.

Location: Lynden, WA       Team website

 

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  • Rustam
    Tajikistan
    Rustam received a loan from C.J. to buy cylinders for the truck.
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  • Miodrag
    Kosovo
    Miodrag received a loan from C.J. to buy a crane, wrenches and some other tools needed for his work.
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  • Elio Lionel
    Peru
    Elio Lionel received a loan from C.J. to purchase construction tools to improve his work performance.
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  • Abasi
    Tanzania
    Abasi received a loan from C.J. to service his commercial motorbike.
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  • Davit
    Armenia
    Davit received a loan from C.J. to repair his minibus so that he can provide essential transportation services to his community.
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  • Tomas
    Paraguay
    Tomas received a loan from C.J. to purchase equipment and tools.
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  • Mher
    Armenia
    Mher received a loan from C.J. him to buy special equipment to cut stone and other important tools that he needs for his work.
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  • Claudia Elena
    Nicaragua
    Claudia Elena received a loan from 1 team members to buy materials like paper, glue, cardboard, colored paper and other products.
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  • Goodhelper Group
    Zimbabwe
    Goodhelper Group received a loan from 1 team members to purchase high quality sewing materials.
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  • Miguel Angel
    Bolivia
    Miguel Angel received a loan from 1 team members to improve and expand in beekeeping by adding beehives and protection clothing to improve maintenance and to be able to improve his income.
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  • Nueva Esperanza Group
    Paraguay
    Nueva Esperanza Group received a loan from 1 team members to buy fabric, thread, needles and other products.
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Impact   Updated Hourly

11
Team Members
$9,450
Amount Loaned
374
Loans
34.0
Loans per member