Support Our Mission to Make Menstrual Hygiene and Health Accessible for Everyone.

Emflower has partnered with Edith Cowan University, Global Hand Charity, and Rotary International District 3220 in support of providing menstruation resources and information to students in South East Asia, enabling them stay in school and continue their education.

Together we hope to address the critical issues surrounding period poverty and menstrual hygiene in rural parts of Sri Lanka. This fundamental human right often goes overlooked in third-world countries and students have to forgo their schooling during their menstrual cycle due to limited resources, and inadequate education with stigmatised cultural censorship around menstruation.

In April 2024, volunteers from Emflower and Global Hand Charity will be travelling to Sri Lanka to offer relief to school-aged students in the regional communities of Badulla.

Approximately 550 x students across 10 schools will receive a menstrual health kit including 2 x pairs of bamboo period underwear, an educational guide about menstruation and sanitation products.
The Menstrual Educational Guide was curated by ECU PRAC students through the Practera University Program as part of their Sustainable Impact initiative.

We are raising funds for several of the ECU PRAC students to come on the trip to Sri Lanka so they can witness the major impact their guide will have on these underprivileged students growing up in poverty-stricken communities.

Please support our vision for better menstrual health by donating or sharing the link now.

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Creating a Sustainable Impact in Sri Lanka with ECU, Rotary & Global Hand Charity

Provide Reusable Menstrual Products

We are providing reusable menstruation and hygiene products to combat the issue of single-use plastic waste.

Visits With Healthcare Students

Students from rural communities will be invited for checkups to receive advice and referrals for their conditions.

Health & Hygiene Education

Each student will receive an educational Menstrual Health Guide curated by ECU PRAC students.

Make A Difference

Your donation will allow the students to receive proper healthcare, education and hygiene resources to break the cycle of poverty.

Project Sri Lanka - Trip Information

The first Menstrual Health project is scheduled in early April 2024 in Sri Lanka. Volunteers and healthcare professionals from Global Hand Charity, Rotary, ECU and Emflower will aim to visit approximately 10 schools to serve 550 students and young adults from rural communities.

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What You Will Receive in Return for Your Donation

All donors will be added to our project donors list to receive a donation receipt and certificate along with communication updates for the project. At the completion of the Menstrual Health project in Sri Lanka, donors will receive an email with images from the trip and gratitude messages from some of the students the donations have gone towards.

Please get in touch with us if you have any further questions.