Equip

Menstrual cups are better for the
environment, girl’s bodies, and the
most cost efficient option. We’re on a
mission to distribute them
across the globe.

Educate

To eradicate period poverty,
everyone need to be.educated
on and included in the menstrual
health conversation. It’s not
just a women’s issue.

employ

who have had limited economic
opportunities. Ex. in Uganda;
we are partnered with a local
nonprofit, giving jobs and a
future to former child prostitutes.

empower

Empower women & girls, b/c
 a period shouldn’t stop anyone
from an education. Normalizing
and destigmatize menstruation;
using celebrity influencers.

Evaluate

To measure efficacy and impact
of our programs, we emphasize
monitoring and evaluation. Allowing
us to continuously improve and
adapt our programs.

DISTRIBUTE MENSTRUAL CUPS ACROSS THE WORLD

Period poverty is an issue that affects girls all over the globe, and even just one girl experiencing period poverty is a failure to all girls. 

PROVIDE HEALTH EDUCATION TO THE whole COMMUNITY

Both men & women as well as boys & girls need to be informed and included in the menstrual health conversation to truly end period poverty.

CREATE sustainable JOBS FOR MARGINALIZED WOMEN

with limited economic opportunities. Ex. in Uganda; we are partnered with a local nonprofit, giving jobs and a future to former child prostitutes.

Monitoring & Evaluation the acceptability of the menstrual cup.

We measure our impact and the acceptability of our programs. Allowing us to continuously improve and adapt.

Normalizing menstruation

We have numerous projects aimed at normalizing menstruation as well as combating stigmas and misconceptions associated with it. These include:

CouldYou? supports UN’s Sustainable Development Goals.
Read more about U.N. Sustainable Development Goals
and what CouldYou? is doing to reach these goals and
how they relate to menstruation.

Partners

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