REUSABLE SANITARY TOWELS FOR OUKOT INCLUSIVE ORPHANAGE
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Hello, I am Stephen Onyang.
The Oukot Inclusive Orphanage is located in Amuria District, Asamuk Sub County, Oukot village.
Approximately, there are 25 orphans in the orphanage. Other vulnerable children in the orphanage are around 200 and the number keeps coming up.
I started the Orphanage to respond to the needs for these children especially the need for education and clean water. It is worse for the girl child who has disabilities –– even access to sanitary pads is a challenge. These girls use rags as of now and stay out of school during their menstrual cycle.
Last but not least, the Mothers of these children have formed their village savings group. They meet every Saturday afternoon where they save one thousand shillings each. All these and other efforts are geared towards self help.
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