PAD/Anti Malaria

February 2016

$25 PAD Hygiene Kit & Anti-Malaria Mosquito Net

Raised: $1000 Goal: $2000

Health

PAD & Anti-Malaria Mosquito Net

CES PAD Project

Girls in Kenya face many challenges. Most female students are not able to afford the purchase of sanitary pads. Girls are left out of many activities and often uncomfortable during their menstrual cycle. Many miss school for a few days each month as they feel shunned and embarrassed to attend. Girls receive education about their menses and receive a year’s supply of re-useable feminine hygiene Pads. CES Health programs for boys and girls include a treated Anti-malaria mosquito net as well as health care and medical attention when required.

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