Today is significant for Conscious Connections Foundation (CCF) because it celebrates the work we do every day in Nepal! Our mission is to help girls reach their full potential and we know first-hand, the impacts of educating and empowering women.
CCF invests in girls and women through education, healthcare, skills development and training.
Thing is, we discovered a woman’s period can provide a big barrier to getting these resources to them.
To kick this obstacle aside, CCF funds a Menstrual Health Hygiene program that has been growing and gaining great interest in several parts of Nepal. We provide menstrual health training workshops and reusable menstruation kits to our participants—and CCF doesn’t just work in urban and easy-to-access areas.
In fact, our Nepali partners take our trainings to some of the most difficult and remote areas of Nepal.
This is where Menstrual Hygiene education and reusable kits are needed the most.
Watch over the next few weeks as CCF’s trainings come alive in the villages of Hindung and Neber in northern Dhading district…
Many days walk from the nearest road
Near the border of Tibet
In the shadow of the 24,000 ft peak of Ganesh Himal
We look forward to bringing you some great stories from this experience. Stay tuned!
In honor of International Day of the Girl Child help our work continue on.
Your donations make this happen.
Top Left: Four women and one gentleman came down from Sertung to pick up and carry the kits for CCF.
Top Right: Pema Tamang, Certified Medical Assistant and Menstrual Hygiene Trainer with women from Sertung carrying CCF reusable kits into Hindung.