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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

 

Latest Messages  

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Team Activity

  • Wendy Carolina
    Honduras
    Wendy Carolina received a loan from 1 team members to buy plastics and pots and pans.
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  • Bong
    Vietnam
    Bong received a loan from Karen to build a latrine.
    Karen
  • Huong
    Vietnam
    Huong received a loan from Karen to build a latrine to improve the health of her family.
    Karen
  • Lan
    Vietnam
    Lan received a loan from Karen to build a latrine to improve the health of her family.
    Karen
  • Trang
    Vietnam
    Trang received a loan from Barbara to build a toilet for her family.
    Barbara
  • Newyear
    Samoa
    Newyear received a loan from Barbara to buy a new sewing machine, thread, needles, a measuring tape, a new pair of scissors and material for her tailoring business.
    Barbara
  • Fa'ala'a
    Samoa
    Fa'ala'a received a loan from Barbara to buy vegetable seeds (cabbage, cucumber, eggplant), wheelbarrow, rake, shovel, and chemicals.
    Barbara
  • Plenamin
    Kenya
    Plenamin received a loan from Karen to buy more stock of clothes.
    Karen
  • Rozigul
    Tajikistan
    Rozigul received a loan from Karen to buy necessary threads, fabrics and other necessary materials for her embroidery business.
    Karen
  • Safarbii
    Tajikistan
    Safarbii received a loan from Karen to buy building materials to start a new activity of baking traditional flatbread.
    Karen

Impact   Updated Hourly

12
Team Members
$12,900
Amount Funded
510
Loans
42.5
Loans per member