The Cova Project

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Based in Sydney, Australia and working in Liberia, Malawi, Uganda and Ghana.

The Cova Project distributes menstrual cups and menstrual health education to girls and women in developing communities. We work closely with local partners to reach  girls who live without access to safe menstrual care and suffer financial distress. We believe in access, education and dignity for all women.

Website https://www.thecovaproject.com
Email Address [email protected]
Facebook https://www.facebook.com/thecovaproject
Instagram https://www.instagram.com/thecovaproject

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]

Malawi Girl Guides Association

Based in Lilongwe, Malawi. Working throughout Malawi.

Activities: Conducted first successful feasibility study of menstrual cups with training, distribution and follow up in 2016. Girl Guides and leaders trained in use and training of cups, work in rural and urban areas with partners The Cup Effect, Central African Wilderness Safaris, SafeHands for Mothers and World Menstrual Network.

Website: https://www.wagggs.org/en/our-world/africa/member-organizations/malawi/
Facebook page: YESS GIRLS Movement – Malawi Girl Guides Association
Contact: [email protected]

Project Everest Ventures

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Based in Australia, working in Malawi, Timor-Leste, Fiji, and India

We create socially beneficial products and services that are tailored to solving issues in local communities. Affordable, effective, sustainable, and consistently available solutions to real-world problems.

Website https://www.projecteverest.ventures
Email Address [email protected]
Facebook https://www.facebook.com/projecteverestventures
Twitter https://twitter.com/peventures
Instagram https://www.instagram.com/projecteverest

Ruby Cup

Based in UK. Working in Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, Malawi, Ethiopia, Cameroon, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Ghana, Benin and Nepal.

Activities: Through a ‘Buy One Give One’ model and partnerships with non-government organisations, Ruby Cups and education are given to girls and women in vulnerable communities.

Website: rubycup.com
Website: http://rubycup.com/how-we-give/
Contact: [email protected]

Safe Hands for Mothers

Based in London. Worked in 20 countries including Nepal, Ghana, Kenya and Malawi.

Activities: Quality documentary videos about menstrual and reproductive health including Malawi promoting menstrual cups. Partners include Malawi Girl Guides Association, UNICEF, World Health Organisation, Comic Relief, UNFPA, Royal College of Obstetricians & Gynecologists, IPPF and World Menstrual Network.

Website: https://www.safehands.org/
Website: ItsAMenstrualCup.com
Twitter @SafeHands
Contact: [email protected]

St Peter’s Malawi Education Trust

Based in Devon, UK, working in Malawi.

Activities: Promoting education and alleviating poverty in Kasungu District, Malawi. We have built classrooms, provided solar lights, mosquito nets and reusable menstrual pads. Now distributing menstrual cups, with local trainers and cleaning pots made in the market. Partners with Malawi Girl Guides Association, Ruby Cups and World Menstrual Network.

Website: https://www.facebook.com/stpetersmalawi/

Ufulu

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Based in England, working in Malawi

We provide free menstrual cups  and instructions in Malawi, through work, school, village and church groups. Each female is given her cup in an organic cotton bag, with a set of instructions in Chichewa, a bar of antibacterial soap in  beeswax wrap; and a recycled food tin for boiling the cup. We  follow up 2-3 months later to answer questions.

Website http://www.ufulu.org
Email Address [email protected]
Facebook https://www.facebook.com/endingperiodpoverty
Instagram https://www.instagram.com/ufulu_malawi

World Menstrual Network

World Menstrual Network

Based in UK. Working in Malawi, Kenya, Nepal, Worldwide.

Activities: Connects and informs organizations working in menstrual health, anywhere in the world and especially East and Southern Africa. WoMeN also advises INGOs and governments on menstrual cup project implementation, educational materials and training. Advocacy on menstrual cups through media, workshops and conferences.

Contact via www.janiehampton.co.uk