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A huge congratulations to Carina Bolkenstein-Bast on receiving a Royal award this week! Her tireless efforts in making this world a little better have not gone unnoticed. ... See MoreSee Less

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Congrats to Carina xxx

Gefeliciteerd Carina xxx

Many many Gefeliciteerd 😎😎😎😘

Gefeliciteerd Carina. Het komt je toe!

This morning our chair of the AFRIpads Foundation, Sanne Bolkenstein, gave a presentation to students of the UWC Maastricht about our AFRIpads Foundation! Thanks for tuning in and all of your interesting questions! πŸŽ™ πŸ™Œ ... See MoreSee Less

This morning our chair of the AFRIpads Foundation, Sanne Bolkenstein, gave a presentation to students of the UWC Maastricht about our AFRIpads Foundation! Thanks for tuning in and all of your interesting questions! πŸŽ™ πŸ™Œ

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How can we reach you from kisumu city in Kenya...

Great.

Well doneπŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘

Did you know that we built a 3,000 square meter factory in a village in southwestern Uganda which currently employs over 150 women, all from marginalized communities, to make our reusable menstrual products? πŸ’ͺ ... See MoreSee Less

Did you know that we built a 3,000 square meter factory in a village in southwestern Uganda which currently employs over 150 women, all from marginalized communities, to make our reusable menstrual products? πŸ’ͺ

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Great initiative I love what am seeing may one day wish to give a helping hand in your work.

Brilliant initiative!

God bless you ,πŸ™πŸ™β€οΈβ€οΈ

I have to been day I can come if you don't come please help me 😭😭 please

For every year a girl stays in school, her future income increases with 10% to 20% -WORLD BANK ... See MoreSee Less

For every year a girl stays in school, her future income increases with 10% to 20% -WORLD BANK

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God bless you.please how can I get some in ghana?

AFRIpads are made in Uganda – by women, for women, with love! ... See MoreSee Less

AFRIpads are made in Uganda – by women, for women, with love!

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God bless you all for the work.please i be grateful for your help to support me in ghana, I'm a young entrepreneur who also support girls in my community in my country as a whole to end # girls back to school#

We bless the Lord for you .

Where can I get them in SA or Malawi??

I thank you Afripads foundation because you donated some pads in 2017 to Kasese through Educate A Child International

Thanks Great

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Education is key to breaking menstrual barriers, breaking taboo and improving Menstrual Hygiene Health worldwide. This way, we help girls stay in school and improve their circumstances.πŸ’ͺ ... See MoreSee Less

Education is key to breaking menstrual barriers, breaking taboo and improving Menstrual Hygiene Health worldwide. This way, we help girls stay in school and improve their circumstances.πŸ’ͺ

We love seeing smiling faces! With over 750,000 AFRIpads Menstrual Kits sold and counting, AFRIpads has demonstrated how our simple product innovation is helping hundreds of thousands of women and girls live more hygienic, comfortable and productive lives. ... See MoreSee Less

We love seeing smiling faces! With over 750,000 AFRIpads Menstrual Kits sold and counting, AFRIpads has demonstrated how our simple product innovation is helping hundreds of thousands of women and girls live more hygienic, comfortable and productive lives.

Happy international women's day! Did you know that every year a girl goes to school longer, results in 20% more income later in life? Did you also know that women in developing countries generally spend 70% of their income on their family? Therefore, we believe that investing in girls is investing in the future! Thank you for helping us eradicate poverty and fight for equality between men and women! ... See MoreSee Less

Happy international womens day! Did you know that every year a girl goes to school longer, results in 20% more income later in life? Did you also know that women in developing countries generally spend 70% of their income on their family? Therefore, we believe that investing in girls is investing in the future! Thank you for helping us eradicate poverty and fight for equality between men and women!

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Please i need your help to support me help girls in my community in ghana . God bless you for your good work s.

Thx Afripads Foundation for d support to the girls.May God bless you

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