Results show that Subz reusable sanitary wear encourages school attendance

Results show that Subz reusable sanitary wear encourages school attendance: In 2010, KwaZulu-Natal resident, Sue Barnes, established the country’s first reusable sanitary pad and panty (Subz Pants and Pads) as a way to address the national crisis – girls missing school because of the cost of sanitary wear. Nine years later, studies show that Project Dignity – the non-profit extension disseminating sponsored Subz packs to disadvantaged schoolgirls – is having a positive impact on school attendance. In the first two terms of 2019, three … [Read more...]