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Project Imagine seeks to eliminate menstruation as a barrier to completing primary education for poor girls in rural & urban Kenyan schools.

Project Imagine seeks to eliminate menstruation as a barrier to completing primary education for poor girls in rural & urban Kenyan schools.

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Project commented on Educate For Action

Wow - what a great idea. It is not easy to educate people about territories or how they are link to colonization but it is SO important! Have you read Howard Zinn "People's History of the United States" ... he has great resources online that may help you build your curriculum. We need your voice.

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Project commented on Equal Period: Menstruation Should Not Equate Privilege

Rachel - great job! We do similar work on period poverty in Kenya and its crazy how women and girls across the world still struggle to get what they need. We love that you are working with domestic violence shelters, homeless shelters and schools. Especially the shelters. We look forward to learning more. One thing we have learned is that measuring impact every year will help with planning and fundraising. Another resource is period movement - they are doing great work on tampon tax and have chapters in each state - they may be able to offer support. Good luck!

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Project commented on NAL-NayLilly

This is so ambitious but seems like you have a solid vision, team and opportunities ahead. Especially that you have connections to such huge platforms like Netflix and TeenVogue. We never thought of this as being social change but it is so important and a very creative and great idea!