The Cup Effect

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Based in London. Working with organisations in Malawi, Kenya, Burkina Faso, Norway, Canada and the UK.

Activities: Consultancy services to NGOs and funders reviewing their menstrual health provision to use menstrual cups. This includes advice, capacity building, training of trainers, curriculum development, programme planning, implementation, co-design, and strategy development. The Cup Effect also leads and takes part in global menstrual health advocacy initiatives, with a focus on challenging misconceptions about menstrual cups and promoting informed choice.

Website: www.TheCupEffect.org
Facebook page: www.Facebook.com/TheCupEffect
Twitter: @TheCupEffect
Instagram: @the_cup_effect
Contact: [email protected]

Women’s Global Health Innovations

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Based in Toronto, Canada. Working in Uganda, Kenya and Canada.

Activities: Trialing new menstrual cups among rural, urban and refugees; with schoolgirls and adult women. Partner with Grand Challenges Canada, WSSCC, CanWaCH, Ontario Council of International Cooperation, Canadian Society for International Health and LVCT Health Kenya. Managing a project supported by UNFPA Innovation to develop a dual menstrual cup and cervical contraceptive cap with first phase in Uganda, in collaboration with War Child Canada, WoMena, and Public Health Ambassadors Uganda. Menstrual Cups and other period management products are being introduced as per UNFPA requirements, namely, the reusable menstrual pad developed by Days for Girls.

Website presently www.wghi.ca but will soon be www.bfreeperiod.com
Contact: [email protected]
Facebook page:   https://www.facebook.com/womensghi/