Empowering Girls Through Puberty Education.

All Proceeds Benefit Vasikana Project for Creation and Distribution of a Puberty Handbook for Girls.

On May 28th, the world celebrated World Menstrual Health Day. We celebrated it by launching a new initiative - a Q & A video series on Period Health Education. After completing a Masterclass on Puberty Health Education, we are ready and can't wait to answer ALL your burning questions!

Please send questions that your children or grandchildren may be having regarding periods and puberty. Each week we will select two questions to address (you can choose to remain anonymous). Just put your question in the form below, or Email us or send a message via Facebook. Let me know those embarrassing awkward questions you have to navigate and we'll get through this together!

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Q & A SERIES: PERIOD HEALTH

Submit Your Anonymous Questions Here.

STOP THE MYTHS!

At the onset of their first period, girls are inundated with bad advice. We are determined to stop this advice from spreading by sharing stories of bad advice. What bad advice were you told? Share it with us. Become a #Mythbuster so another girl never has to believe the myths about her period.

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Vasikana Project

Vasikana Project is a non-profit organization empowering girls by providing puberty education and safe, dignified ways for young girls to manage their periods.

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Phone: 513.885.4553

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