When introducing the cup into a new community, we hold meetings inviting everyone in the community to inform, and to give them a forum to voice concerns and questions.
The CouldYou? Model
CouldYou? is committed to finding sustainable solutions to the issue of period poverty. Ending period poverty is not just about providing a product, it’s about breaking stigmas and misconceptions as well as normalizing menstruation. Therefore we use a multi-disciplinary approach to ending period poverty once and for all.
We distribute the CouldYou? Cup to marginalized girls around the world. Not only is it the safest, and friendliest to the body, it is also the most economically and environmentally friendly choice for managing one’s period. Find out more about the benefits of using the cup below.
We have numerous projects aimed at normalizing menstruation as well as combating stigmas and misconceptions associated with it. These include:
Monitoring and evaluation (M&E) is central to the CouldYou? approach; achieving results-based management (RBM) and provides useful information about the level of risk in our projects.
For CouldYou?, achieving accountability expectations means processes and practices that enable us to keep our stakeholders informed of our work, taking into account and balancing their interests, and ensuring equitable responses to their concerns.
CouldYou? is a New York-based
501c3 non-profit organization
dedicated to supporting African
solutions to African problems focused
on ending poverty in Africa.