Normalizing menstruation

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

MUSIC VIDEO WITH POSITIVO MOZAMBIQUE

CouldYou? – in partnership with Positivo Mozambique – produced “O Copito”; a music video to break some of the taboos and stigmas associated with menstruation and to introduce the CouldYou? menstrual cup. It features Mozambican singer — as well as local girls from Inhambane, Mozambique.

Joselyn Dumas

Ghanaian tv-personality, actress and activist/philanthropist Joselyn Dumas is one of our partners along with her foundation The Joselyn Dumas Foundation, in the fight against period poverty. We have partnered with Joselyn to to reach more girls, to spread awareness and to educate.

Abuchamo Munhoto

Mozambican singer Abuchamo Munhoto is partnering with CouldYou? to break stigmas and to normalize menstruation, and to show Mozambique and the world that Real men talk about periods

Sarah Little

CouldYou? is partnered with New York-based Sarah Little; she is a journalist, author, model, and actress. She is an outspoken advocate for girls around the world, and she founded the female empowerment platform More to Her Story:, to provide a voice and a platform for girls around the world.

Julia Duarte

Mozambican singer Abuchamo Munhoto is partnering with CouldYou? to break stigmas and to normalize menstruation, and to show Mozambique and the world that Real men talk about periods

Sunessis Brito

Sunessis Brito has been in the spotlight as a celebrated model and TV personality in Brazil and Latin America, and she has glossed the pages of several publications and won various beauty contests. She currently resides in Los Angeles and she is a passionate advocate for girl’s health and education and she has volunteered her time creating instructional videos in Portuguese, as well as a great promoter of CouldYou? Cup and its mission.

Comic book + Animation

We produced a comic book which was eventually adapted into an animation by FX Animations Mozambique and broadcasted across Mozambique and Ghana; with the purpose of normalizing menstruation and introducing the CouldYou? (menstrual) cup.

Join our mailing list to make sure you don’t miss out on any of the fun happenings in the future