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The Challenge

Across the globe, millions of girls and women miss up to 50-60 days of school or work every year because they cannot afford menstrual hygiene products.

Buy One, Give One Initiative

Every time you purchase a Sparkle pad, we donate a pad to a girl in need. When adolescent girls have access to sanitary napkins, they can participate in school, engage socially and carry out daily activities with dignity.

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Buy One, Give One Initiative


With our Buy One, Give One initiative, every time you purchase a Sparkle pad, we donate a pad to a girl in need. When adolescent girls have access to sanitary napkins, they can participate in school, engage socially and carry out daily activities with dignity.

According to UNICEF, around 23% of girls in India drop out of school once they reach puberty. When adolescent girls have access to sanitary napkins, school dropout rate decreases by 90%. Access to sanitary napkins can provide girls and women equal opportunities to reach their full potential at both school and work.

We work together with local schools, communities, and NGOs to distribute sanitary napkins and conduct menstrual hygiene awareness seminars. Access to menstrual hygiene products and awareness about how to safely manage periods can prevent many serious reproductive diseases, UTIs, hormonal imbalance and even cervical cancer.

Current Projects

Shantaba High School, Kukeri Village, Gujarat, India

Menstrual health awareness and sanitary pads distribution program

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Aadivasi Vikas Seva Mandal, Sara Village, Gujarat, India

Menstrual health awareness and sanitary pads distribution program

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Jagruti Madhyamik Kanya Chhatralaya, Zavda Village, Gujarat, India

Menstrual health awareness and sanitary pads distribution program

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Hari Om School, Surat, Gujarat, India

Menstrual health awareness and sanitary pads distribution program

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Facts and Figures

Across the globe, millions of girls and women miss up to 50-60 days of school or work every year because they cannot afford menstrual hygiene products.

  • 75%

    of India’s 350 million adolescent girls and women do not have access to sanitary napkins

  • 300 Million

    women rely on old rags, plastic or ash to manage their menstrual cycles

  • 23%

    of girls in India drop out of school once they reach puberty

  • 90%

    decrease in school dropout rate when adolescent girls have access to sanitary napkins

  • 70%

    of Indian girls and women cannot afford menstrual hygiene products

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COVID-19 Update

In the midst of all the confusion and uncertainty, we’re firmly committed to helping Sparkle community, our business partners, NGO partners and employees weather the storm.

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