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Her Flow Foundation and Shelley Ann Weekes

Partner Spotlight: Her Flow Foundation and Shelley Ann Weekes HerFlow is a Social Enterprise formed by Author and Activist Shelly-Ann Weeks to address the stigma and shame associated with menstruation, end period poverty in Jamaica, and become a source of information for Female Reproductive Health.   Her Flow has organized and co-partnered with GrassROOTS in our efforts to remove the blockades that prevent or obstruct girls’ educational access.   On April 3, Her Flow has once again collaborated to produce…

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Day 3 of #EndPeriodPoverty Ghana

On Day 3, the GrassROOTS team and members of the Rotary flew to Tamale.   We visited the Zosiimli Girls Junior High School in Tamale, Ghana. We distributed 3 months supply of  sanitary napkins to 250 girls. We also donated and black girl books donated from the #1000blackgirlbooks collection. This work is done in collaboration with the Rotary of Accra-Airport City

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Day 1 of #EndPeriodPoverty Ghana

In 2019, GrassROOTS members have provided over 50,000 sanitary napkins to 1000 girls in the US, Jamaica and Ghana—yet that is not enough.  1 in 4 girls will miss school each year because they do not have the supplies necessary to have a healthy period. Grassroots Community Foundation joins Rotary Club in Accra City, Ghana

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SuperGirl Amina News

SuperGirl Amina is the girl ambassador for the #EndPeriodPoverty campaign. She traveled with the GCF team to Jamaica earlier this year and now she is traveling to Accra. With the support of the Rotary Club of Accra, Proctor and Gamble, Uzima Dance Fitness and Dr. Tiffenia Archie, Amina and the GCF board members Dr. Janice Johnson and Lisa Maxwell, they will deliver sanitary napkins to four schools across Ghana. In 2020, GCF will be forming year round pantries for girls.…

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