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I will of
'those' days back with Saafkins.

150 is all it takes to change her life. It will give her 2 antimicrobial, reusable Saafkins. It will keep her in school during her period. It will not let her period stop her, for an entire year.

And it all starts with you.

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I have helped change a girl's life today.

I have helped change a girl's life today.

I have helped change a girl's life today.

I have helped change a girl's life today.

I have helped change a girl's life today.

I have helped change a girl's life today.

I have helped change a girl's life today.

So you never miss five days again. xx

I have helped change a girl's life today.

I have helped change a girl's life today.

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80% OF GIRLS IN INDIA
CAN'T AFFORD
SANITARY PROTECTION.
THEIR PERIOD FORCES THEM TO
MISS 5 DAYS
EVERY MONTH.

Of the 600 million females in India, well over
400 million struggle every month to go to
school or work. Because of their period.
No, this isn’t just another statistic. This is a
reality for millions of girls in India.

Barely20% of women in India can afford high cost,
disposable sanitary pads.
Over88% of women resort to shocking alternatives
like unsanitised cloth, ashes, husk or sand.
75% of girls do not have any idea about
what material to use to absorb period flow.
Over 40 million girls have no place to change
their sanitary pads during their period as 40% of government schools lack even a functioning common toilet.
Adolescent girls miss 5 days of school
in a month (50 days a year), due to a lack of access to menstrual protection.
As a result, 1 in 5 girls are forced
to drop out of school. Because of her period.

The biggest barrier to using
sanitary napkins is affordability.


Now, finally there is an affordable
solution. For the 400 million who want an
easier and cheaper alternative: there is
Saafkins – the world’s first advanced
reusable sanitary protection.

Sources
Sanitary Protection: Every Woman's Health Right, AC Nielsen
Unicef Menstrual Hygiene Management, 2012
Menstrual Hygiene in India, FSG

THE WORLD’S FIRST ADVANCED
12-HOUR REUSABLE PROTECTION IS HERE.

This is Saafkins – a solution for the
80% of girls in India who cannot afford
sanitary napkins. The world’s first (and only)
bacteria and yeast killing, reusable,
washable, affordable sanitary solution.


Just 150 from you, takes care of her for
an entire year. That’s only 12 a month.

The science behind

Every Saafkins napkin is treated with
LivinguardTM - a proprietary disinfecting
textile-treatment technology, making the
fabric antimicrobial and skin safe (no
chemicals, no toxins). Due to a special
stain-release technology, the four-layer
Saafkins is easy to wash and reuse.

  • Washable due to the stain release fabric.
  • Reusable for up to 1 year (60 washes).
  • Effective fluid absorption for up to 12 hours (90-100 ml).
  • Special leak-proof lining.
  • 85% biodegradable.

Certified by:
The Synthetic & Art Silk Mills' Research Association (SASMIRA), India The South India Textile Research Association (SITRA) Biotech Testing Services (BTS), India

HOW A NATION CAME TOGETHER TO #GIVEHER5

5 MAR' 17

Start

  • Miss Malini and several other women blink out of existence on social media.
    Because of their period.

6 MAR’17

The next day, the world finds out that this is a reality for over
40 million girls in India, each time they get their period.

Campaign Breaks

  • When she misses 5 days every month,
    she misses 2 months of school every year.

            

People start talking about Saafkins –
the world’s first antibacterial, reusable sanitary protection.
150 is all it takes to change a life.

Varun Dhawan and Arjun Kapoor just pledged to #Giveher5

15 MAR’17

  • For millions of girls in India, dreams just stay dreams.
    Because of their period.

  • When you miss 5 days a month,
    you miss out on more than just 5 days a month.

16 MAR’17

  • Dia Mirza just pledged to #GiveHer5.
    Watch her interview here.

8 MAY’17

  • Menstrual stigmas, lack of education, zero access to menstrual hygiene –
    Dr. Venkatraman Chandra-Mouli from WHO talks about change
    and how we need to empower our women.

24 MAY’17

  • Lara Dutta just helped us #GiveHer5
    to change the lives of millions of girls in India.

    Just Rs.150/- can change a girls life for an entire year.
29 MAY’17

The Gates Foundation and WaterAid are talking
Menstrual Hygiene Management in Delhi and Ashok Kurien
and #GiveHer5 are on the first panel! Small steps to big change.

Write to us

  • EMAIL US

    info@giveher5.org

  • CALL US

    India: 022-30212509; 1800-121-2445 (toll free)
    Timings: Monday - Friday: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm IST

    Switzerland: +41 41 561 38 90

  • Mumbai

    Livinguard Technologies Ltd.
    Website: http://www.livinguard.com/wp/
    Address: Block No C-96, 1st Floor,
    TTC Industrial Area, Turbhe MIDC, Navi Mumbai 400705.

    The Ammada Trust,
    Address: 2/50, Shree Ganesh Society,
    Next to Worli Police Station, Dr. A.B. Road,
    Worli, Mumbai – 400030.

  • Switzerland

    The Patron Foundation,
    Address: Tieftalweg 32, 6405 Immensee.