This Is How Adelaide Company Taboo Is Helping Young Girls Manage Period Poverty

It's so incredible!


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Period poverty is a huge issue around the world, with a lack of access to sanitary products having a huge impact on the lives of women and girls each month. This includes girls not attending school when they have their periods. 

This is something Bec & Cosi have discussed in the past, and today Eloise Hall from Adelaide company Taboo called in to discuss what her organisation is doing to help. By selling pads and tampons here in Australia, they are able to raise funds which are donated to One Girl to help girls in Sierra Leone and Uganda. 

Eloise also explained how Taboo is also helping girls right here in South Australia by teaming up with Kickstart For Kids. 

Take a listen below, and you can find out more about Taboo HERE. You can also find out more about One Girl HERE and Kickstart For Kids HERE.

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18 June 2020

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