Empowering Women: Addressing Period Poverty in Sri Lanka

n a country like Sri Lanka, where vibrant culture and traditions thrive, there exists a silent challenge that many women face: period poverty. Despite being a natural aspect of life, menstruation often becomes a barrier for women and girls due to limited access to menstrual hygiene products.

At Free to Flow, we are dedicated to tackling this issue head-on. Our mission revolves around ensuring that every woman has access to hygienic menstrual products, breaking the cycle of period poverty, and empowering women to lead dignified lives.

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Understanding Period Poverty

Period poverty goes beyond the lack of access to sanitary napkins; it encompasses the economic, social, and health challenges that women encounter due to inadequate menstrual hygiene resources. Many women, especially in underserved communities, struggle to afford or access these basic necessities, impacting their health and overall well-being.

Our Impactful Approach

Free to Flow takes a multifaceted approach to combat period poverty. We provide free sanitary napkins to women in need, ensuring that they have access to essential menstrual hygiene products. Additionally, we conduct educational programs and workshops to raise awareness about menstrual health, hygiene practices, and break the silence and stigma surrounding menstruation.

Join Our Cause

We invite you to be a part of this transformative journey. Your involvement, whether through donations, spreading awareness, or volunteering, makes a significant impact. Together, we can create a world where no woman is held back by the limitations of period poverty.

A Future of Empowerment

Imagine a future where menstruation isn’t a barrier but a natural and respected aspect of life. With your support, Free to Flow is working towards that future, where women have the resources and knowledge to manage their periods with dignity and pride.

Thank you for being a crucial part of Free to Flow’s mission to empower women and end period poverty in Sri Lanka.


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