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In one of his famous public lectures, the former anti-corruption boss, PLO Lumumba who was currently appointed to City Hall to head a committee to audit its pending debts once said that:

'We live in a country where our young ladies who have recently attained the age of puberty cannot afford sanitary  towels but our men and women in public offices have iPads which they do not even know how to use.' His sentiments represents the reality our girls experience and it is even worse when...


“I was worried that my parents would find out I had received my period, I was ashamed. It meant, I couldn’t play with boys in the river, It meant, I could have a child, this blood stain on my thighs meant shame. In class I sat and worried that something would happen, I would be embarrased. I knew my mother was struggling, asking her for money to buy sanitary pads, would seem insensitive to the many challenges we faced.”

These are some of the comments we receive from girls in rural...

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