Who We Are

We are so excited you're here and we hope you will join us in our For Girls campaign — to ensure that every girl can hold their dignity, health, and continue their education. Period.

🙌 Mission 🙌

✨ Vision ✨

We believe that every girl deserves menstrual dignity. Our mission is to eradicate Period Poverty facing our world's most vulnerable communities. We want to support girls who are experiencing Period Poverty and not let their periods act as a barrier to achieving their full potential through fundraising in order to provide sanitary napkins, period educational booklets, and fund building a period friendly school latrine for girls in need.

Our vision is to work towards a world in which every girl does not have to end their education early because of their period. We understand that we can't change the whole world in one night, but we believe that every action has a ripple effect and the potential to give rise to change as changing the life of one girl can go on to change the lives of many. Together, we can work towards menstrual equity.

Meet The Board

Meet our amazing student chapter leaders! 🥰

Alina Sharaf

@Bulgaria

Jinney Han

@Bulgaria

Adele is currently attending the Peddie School in New Jersey. She first learned about the For Girls organization from a friend, and after having researched the issue of period poverty, became dedicated to helping address it. Adele is invested in improving hygiene conditions for girls, raising awareness, and removing the taboo from periods as a part of For Girls. Currently, she is working on spreading the organization’s mission in New Jersey. 

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Adele Raillot

@New Jersey, USA

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Seoyeon Lee

@China

Yoshida Emi is a student currently attending Belilios Public School in Hong Kong. She first heard about this issue from a friend then decided to join the For Girls Chapters organization as it not only aims to help girls who are held back because of their periods but also informs and educates people to destroy taboos surrounding the natural process. She wants to play a part in helping women and young girls to manage their periods safely and with dignity. She is currently trying to spread awareness of this issue in Hong Kong.

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Emi Yoshida

@Hong Kong

Dahee is a student in South Island School. She first found out about the For girls Chapter through her friend. As Dahee learned more about period poverty, she realized how big of a problem it is. Now she is aware of how important menstruation is to a girl, it is an important step for a girl to become a woman. Dahee has joined For girls chapter to raise awareness on this issue and show how important this can be to a girl.

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Dahee Hong

@Hong Kong

Sehee is a student currently attending American International Schools of Hong Kong. The project was first introduced by Yoonjung, aiming to help girls suffering from period poverty. Sehee was really happy to have such opportunities to give good influence through the country and to the world. Menstruation is a significant first step from being a girl to a woman both physically and mentally. Thus, she wanted to grow up together and to help the girls tread such important steps to become beautiful women.

Sehee Kim

    @Hong Kong

    Yoonjung is a 11th grade student attending Hong Kong International School. When Yoonjung first learned about Period Poverty, she was shocked and wanted to do something. She contacted her friends and started the organization For Girls in 2019, with the goal of ending Period Poverty that millions of girls and women face every year.

    Yoonjung Choi

      @Hong Kong

      Juan Lucas is a 12th grade student at Hong Kong International School. He believes that the mission to end period poverty shouldn’t be limited by borders or by gender, and he hopes that his contribution and advocacy for this global issue will bring period poverty one step closer to its end.

      Juan Lucas Umali

        @Hong Kong

        Alina is from the Anglo American School of Sofia in Bulgaria. When Alina’s friend called her and started talking about Period Poverty she began to realize what a huge problem it was. When she heard about this organization of kids her age making a difference she wanted to take action. Now Alina is trying to shine a light on Period Poverty in Bulgaria.

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        This is Seoyeon from Korean International school. She first joined this organization from her friend, Sehee’s, introduce. Seoyeon thought this would be a great experience and opportunity for her to help out those who are struggling with period poverty. She is glad to join as a member of the ForGirls Chapters and she hopes to dig a step into the world and make change for those who are facing difficulties.

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        Reika Oh

          @Hong Kong

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          Anna Wong

          @Hong Kong

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