Young girls receive reusable sanitary pads

2018-07-05 06:01
Jo-Ann Barnwell (front, left) and Nokwazi Thabethe (front, right) with the female pupils at Dalibo Primary. PHOTO: supplied

Jo-Ann Barnwell (front, left) and Nokwazi Thabethe (front, right) with the female pupils at Dalibo Primary. PHOTO: supplied

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MEMBERS of Project Dignity celebrated Youth Month by visiting Dalibo Primary School in Tongaat. The team hosted an educational talk for the girls and each pupil received a pack of Subz washable, reusable, eco-friendly sanitary pads. Sue Barnes from Project Dignity said: “Thanks to Partners for Possibility for sourcing this wonderful school and to Marion Spence from Rotary for the most welcome donation of Subz self-clipping washable pads that will last these young girls for up to five years.

We would also like to thank our amazing Subz ambassador, Jo-Ann Barnwell, for joining us and inspiring the girls as well,” Barnes said.

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