We have developed a low-cost period pain relief device; Kosi™.
Kosi™ is a safe and effective solution to block disruptive menstrual pain so that you can get on with your life, leaving period cramps behind!
We use profits from selling Kosi™ to help fight period poverty in Africa.
It’s more than a pad, It’s a Cause!
When you buy one pad kit, a young African schoolgirl also receives a free pad kit.
Our Pad Kit comes with 3 Reusable Sanitary Pads and 1 Beautiful Wet Pad.
Buy 1 of our comic books today for your daughter(s) to learn about periods and help a schoolgirl from an underserved community in Africa learn about periods too.
Period education is a right, not a privilege.
Our merch is period-focused yet beautiful and trendy.
When you buy one of our merch, we use the profit towards helping a young African schoolgirl in an underserved community fight period poverty.
The period bracelet is an easy way for menstruators to track their menstrual cycle to help them know when to expect their period.
When you buy one of our period bracelets, we use the profit towards providing a young African schoolgirl in an underserved community with a free period bracelet. You are helping her track her menstrual cycle to accurately predict when she will have a period and be ready with a pad in her school bag.
Your donation will help provide free reusable sanitary pads to a schoolgirl who can not afford one. You are giving these girls two years of period protection!
Your donation will also help us educate more young African schoolgirls from underserved communities on periods and puberty.
We will like to in the future supply underserved communities with low-cost water.
Borehole drilling can cost anywhere between Ksh. 700,000 and Ksh. 4 million ($6,000 – $35,000) in Kenya. Borehole drilling in Nigeria can cost anywhere between N120,000 and N600,000 ($300 – $1,500). Drilling a borehole in underserved communities is critical because we will be able to provide and sell water to underserved households at a low cost.
As a social enterprise, this will allow us to continue doing what we do at PadHer, and that is, ending period poverty in Africa.
We are looking for distributors to distribute our period pain relief devices and reusable sanitary pads across Africa. If you are interested, pls shoot us a mail via firstname.lastname@example.org, we will love to hear from you.
When you buy our period pain relief device, pad kit, comic book, merch, or give to our cause, you are helping a young African schoolgirl fight period poverty.