Project Dignity praises sanitary distributions at KZN schools Submission Details
About Subz Pants and Pads
A UNICEF report found that a tenth of African school going girls were missing 25% of their education, or dropping out, because of a lack of menstrual sanitation products. To reduce school absenteeism and improve educational benefits of these young girls, KwaZulu-Natal resident, Sue Barnes, developed Subz Pants and Pads, a reusable, eco-friendly sanitary pad that clips onto a 100% cotton panty which lasts a minimum of five years. Project Dignity, the non-profit extension of the organisation, distributes sponsored Subz packs to girls in schools and communities in rural areas across the country, empowering these teenagers through education and access to sanitary wear.
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