Yesterday's Menstrual Health open conversations event hosted by Queenpads in partnership with WaterAid Papua New Guinea and supported by Sir Brian Bell Foundation saw nine (9) #supportHER donation recipients come together to be a part of this open conversation about Menstruation, and was presented donations totalled to 800 lovely reusable sanitary Queenpads to further enhance the work they are doing in the space of Menstrual Health and Hygiene, and the work they plan to do.
Of the nine recipients, only seven (7) where present to receive the donations courtesy of our key delivery partner Sir Brian Bell Foundation.
The recipients included Sago Network represented by Office Manager - Imelda Tore, Munduna Teiweh Initiatives Founder Hannah James, PNG Young Professional Women Network represented by Miriam Kuaimba, #SusaHelpimSusa initiative Jemimah Taganny, Miss Italpreziosi 2021 Hannah Tabara, Miss Alibi 2021 - Writer Collin Writer Collin and Miss Rapopo & Sanctuary 2020 - 2021 Leilani Konjib
This was witnessed by representatives of the Miss PNG Pacific Islands, recipients colleagues, organizations and stakeholders, community representatives, students, youths, 100+ audience present and via live streaming.
We acknowledge the responses received from each recipients on behalf of our key delivery partner Sir Brian Bell Foundation.
Founder of Queenpads Anne Shirley Korave said this donation is made in recognition of the work each recipients are doing in the Menstrual Health and Hygiene space, and hope the donation will enhance their advocacy programs plus more Menstrual conversations.
Queenpads looks forward to continue supporting these amazing voices and hopefully collaborate at some point to normalize Menstrual conversation in Papua New Guinea.
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