Tanya Puncuh and her son, Sebastian Quadrelli, will embark on a 2,500 km journey across Zimbabwe, Zambia and Botswana to distribute 1500 sanitary kits to girls living in poverty.


In 2017 Tanya participated to a car rally crossing southern Africa taking shoes to children. With her son, she worked as volunteers on Imiri Rhino & Wildlife Conservancy and they meet the mothers group at Numwa school who make reusable sanitary pad kits for the girls at school.


Tanya and Sebastian will be distributing reusable sanitary pad kits in Zimbabwe, Zambia, Botswana. We will be starting in Harare and pick up the sanitary pad kits that are being made by a mothers group in Wedza at the Numwa School.