This is a first fase of the project to a bigger project of distribution, awareness and connecting existing groups and help sustaining them and develop new ones.

The Evening Standard Interview

A London mother and son duo are embarking on a 2,500km journey across South Africa and Zimbabwe to distribute sanitary kits to girls living in poverty.
Tanya Puncuh, 46, and Sebastian Quadrelli, 17, will drive from Harare, cross the Zambizi River and return through Botswana and Bulawayo in just 16 days.
Ms Puncuh said: “Many girls with big dreams drop out of school because of their menstrual cycle. We will be distributing these sanitary pad kits and offering menstrual care solutions and health education along the way. “
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