#Period Products

  • Article: Georgia Will Give Free Pads and Tampons to Low-Income People
    Water & Sanitation

    Georgia Will Give Free Pads and Tampons to Low-Income People

    By Leah Rodriguez|April 10, 2019

    Lawmakers will spend $1.5 million on period products as part of the 2020 budget. Read more

  • Article: Girl Scouts in Ohio Used Cookie Sales to Build Period Product Lockers at School
    Water & Sanitation

    Girl Scouts in Ohio Used Cookie Sales to Build Period Product Lockers at School

    By Leah Rodriguez|March 27, 2019

    “We knew that it could make a world of a difference to the girls in our school.” Read more

  • Article: Free Pads and Tampons Aren't the Only Answer to Period Poverty
    Water & Sanitation

    Free Pads and Tampons Aren't the Only Answer to Period Poverty

    By Daniele Selby|March 26, 2019

    There is no strong evidence to suggest period products alone help girls stay in school, expert says. Read more

  • Article: Maine Congressman Claims Free Period Products Don't Belong in Jail Because It's Not a 'Country Club'
    Water & Sanitation

    Maine Congressman Claims Free Period Products Don't Belong in Jail Because It's Not a 'Country Club'

    By Leah Rodriguez|March 20, 2019

    Menstrual health advocates explain why his comments are so harmful. Read more

  • Article: This Is How Your Tampon Tax Is Being Spent This Year — But Competition Is Far Too Fierce
    Girls & Women

    This Is How Your Tampon Tax Is Being Spent This Year — But Competition Is Far Too Fierce

    By Imogen Calderwood|Jan. 24, 2019

    “This is such a critical area where more funding is needed.” Read more

  • Article: This Teen Is Fighting Period Poverty Across the UK
    Girls & Women

    This Teen Is Fighting Period Poverty Across the UK

    By Daniele Selby|Jan. 9, 2019

    One in 10 young women in the UK cannot afford period products. Read more

  • Article: Brighton Is the First Premier League Football Club to Give Free Sanitary Products to Fans
    Water & Sanitation

    Brighton Is the First Premier League Football Club to Give Free Sanitary Products to Fans

    By Imogen Calderwood|Aug. 30, 2018

    Period poverty affects 1 in 10 girls in the UK — and football fans are no different. Read more