Period Poverty Project

Reusable Pads

Period poverty affects women, girls and people who menstruate all over the world. Access to menstrual products, safe, hygienic spaces in which to use them, and the right to manage menstruation without shame or stigma, is essential for anyone who menstruates. 

Reusable Sanitary Pads – Are Period pads handmade to the highest possible standards, we add accessories like panties, soap, hand wash bags which help make your periods zero waste as well as fun and beautiful popular with girls women of all ages. The product are made from Bamboo charcoal fiber, perfect for sensitive skins, keeps you fresh and neutralizes odors. it has 2 layers of super absorbent microfiber that absorb three times more than a disposable pad. Waterproof PUL to prevent leaks even during your heavier flow days. Your period will no longer be uncomfortable or unhealthy! 

In karamoja poverty is at a higher level and parents cannot afford to buy products hence the girls sit in the sand whole day in the hot climate 

But for many, this is not a reality. This is not just a potential health risk – it can also mean girls’ education, well-being, and sometimes entire lives are affected.

we are working with community leaders and women and gilrs at grassroots and schools to supply the girls with Sanitary Products

For my Birthday this year I am gifting the girls with my gift/donation to Help Fund Reusable sanitary pads for girls, women in Karamoja. Period poverty is real for girls and women we aim to reach 500 in number.

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Food Drive for Karamoja

In Karamoja, one of Uganda’s poorest regions, anxious mothers clutch bone-thin infants in a malnutrition ward, terrified their child could be the next to succumb to starvation

Hunger poverty should be on the top of policy makers list no human being should be left to starve and die from basic needs as one one their basic human rights:

The Right to good health, nutrition and wellbeing the people of Karamoja should not be forgotten as the saying goes,

my campaigns is to select a few families that are in need and supply food to them.

Food drive campaign is to save a live and in order to do so we are appealing for your support to feed and educate the mothers and fathers on health eating and nutrition and agriculture farming this to ensure that we drive towards ending poverty in Karamoja and the world

Make your donation of £10 to Feed 10 Children Through The link below

Make your donation of £20 to Feed 20 Children Through The link below

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Karamoja Food Drive

Celebrating Uganda Martyrs Day in Germany

History of Ugandan Martyrs’ Day

From the start of his reign in 1884, King Mwanga had viewed foreign missionaries as the greatest threat to his kingdom and power base. He expelled missionaries and threatened converts to renounce their new faith or face execution.

In total, 23 Anglican and 22 Catholic converts to Christianity were executed between January 31st 1885 and January 27th 1887. On June 3rd 1886, 32 young men were burned to death at Namugongo for their refusal to renounce Christianity. They were a combination of Anglican and Catholic converts.

Mwanga’s actions led to a British backed revolution which overthrew the King in 1888. Mwanga negotiated with the British and in exchange for handing over some of his sovereignty to the British East Africa Company, the British helped reinstate Mwanga to the throne in 1889. After a further spate of double-crossing, he was finally deposed in 1897. While in exile he was converted to an Anglican.

There are Catholic and Anglian shrines to the Martyrs’ close to each other in Namugongo. Each year Martyrs Day attracts millions of pilgrims to the area with many coming from beyond Uganda.

The Catholic Church beatified the 22 Catholic martyrs in 1920 and canonized them as Saints of the universal Church in 1964.