Sincerely Ghana Limited, working in partnership with Project BRAVE, donated feminine hygiene pads to young women in an underserved community in Keta Municipality in Ghana’s Volta Region. The donation was made to mark Women’s Month 2021. The CEO of Sincerely Ghana Mrs. Menaye Donkor-Muntari described the outreach as part of the company’s commitment to helping end Period Poverty in underserved communities in Ghana and help educate girls and young women about personal hygiene.

Throughout Africa, one of the main reasons girls skip school is because of the lack of readily available and affordable hygienic feminine products during their menstruation. Being a champion of women’s wellbeing since my teens, I recognize the crippling challenges women face.

Menaye Donkor-Muntari, CEO, Sincerely Ghana

Mrs. Donkor-Muntari noted that Period Poverty affected women and girls all over the world who do not have access to hygienic sanitary products during their menstruation. The Sister-2-Sister commits a percentage of proceeds from the sale of products by Sincerely Ghana towards providing free sanitary pads for girls in underserved communities in Ghana.

Sincerely Ghana seeks to continuously provide quality, affordable sanitary pads and menstrual health education in an engaging manner primarily for adolescent and young adult females and mothers between the ages of 10 and 50 years. The company looks to building a multi-tier educational marketing outlook and strategy that empowers a generation of men and women who will raise their children with better knowledge and confidence in menstrual health.