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The Dpads are washable and reusable alternative menstrual health product to support girls mangage menstruation with dignity. Our Dpads, are made up of, a protective layer an absorbent liner, and should serve the girls if porperly managed for a year and above. It is a sustainable solution for menstruators.
In a world of abundance we still have people who do not have the basis especially when we talk about menstruation in remote areas.
With our Dorena Washable Pads . we create space for generations to meet and share ideas.
Everything you need to do your own pad is found in every household. Be it
Cotton, Bamboo and Hemp, towel, Micor Fibre, or flannel,
After use soak the pad in a bucket of cold water and rense twice, for the third Wash add washing powder, prevent them from developing an odour leave for a few hours, then wash re-rinse pads and dry on a line in the sun.
Be part of an economically- socially and environmentally rewarding projects. Help in our project, promote our project, invite us to share our project with your groups, take a trip to Cameroon in our thrilling presentations......
Every menstruation has a different Story of how and what happened during her first periods. The goal of Dorena Eco.friendly Washable Pads is to revitalise menstrual and hygiene practices that are healthy, environmentally sustainable, social and economic empowering.. Become the proud owner of our -Eco-friendly and socially engaged Dorena Washable Pad
Sewing for girl in Cameroon:
The Dorena Eco-friendly pads Initiative Project provides access to reproductive health information and sustainable clean and safe options for menstrual hygiene management. The project aims to empower vulnerable groups – such as rural women and girls who have dropped out of school or girls who cannot afford proper hygienic products during menstruation. Through teaching them how to sew reusable sanitary pads and providing opportunities to break this vicious cycle, and with our community health enterprises, we can promote gender equally and reduce poverty among women and girls.
Working in the hard to reach communities of North and South West Regions of Cameroon. I witnessed girls using dirty rags, leaves of trees, unhealthy compromising materials, papers and other harmful materials during menstruation. After doing a walk and talk search around the neighbouring communities in that area and beyond, I realised that most girls are home and prison due to lack access to feminine hygiene products to safely manage their periods. Some girls from the Fulani’s and Mboro’s cultures told me they are left with the option of sitting on the floor during the menstruation allowing their cloth….. click on the link read more. https://cnfoundation.ch/programs-in-cameroon/
Sewing for girl in Switzerland
Most offen groups of women and girls of different age group gather arougn to help in the Dorena Eco-Freindly Reusable Pads productions.
Wee raised different questions during one of our sitting in to know how do girls actually mange menstruation in Switzerland. Are there also difficulties? To know more and share your vies with US, join us in one of our sewing sessions