With Green Africa Youth Organisation, we are launching a new project with the support and ongoing involvement of the local community, to tackle period poverty, increase access to portable drinking water and help build resilience within frontline communities of the climate crisis

For more information check out our short documentary and the GoFundMe below.



Education is a human right, not a luxury.
Full stop. Period.

More than 800 million women menstruate daily. But globally, at least 500 million lack proper access to menstrual hygiene facilities.

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PeriodLink is currently

projects running in Ghana.

Why MHM Matters.

Proper Menstrual Health Management (MHM) is at the forefront of our work.

If done correctly, it will:

1. Prevent unnecessary health problems and infections

2. Promote equality of the sexes

3. Promote education and economic growth at both a local and national level. 


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A Solution: The Cup

Around the world girls find it increasingly difficult to buy sanitary items every month due to the cost. As a result, girls skip school or use unhygienic alternatives.

Not only that, but we have also found that girls in some villages are having sex in order to get the necessary funds to buy pads. This not only endangers their lives but also is very damaging to their dignity. 


1 in 10 girls in Africa miss school because of their period.


We believe that the cup is the perfect solution.

The cup is a sanitary item which is inserted. Upon insertion it lasts up to 12 hours - meaning girls can have worry free school days. Moreover, a single cup lasts up to 10 years thus removing the economic constraints of a period.


We have already started work in the Volta Region of Ghana.


We will continue to distribute more cups to young women and girls so that they remain in education, maintain their dignity and so that they can grow into the powerful women they deserve to be.  


This is a small but growing initiative in need of your help and support. 

Read more about our work, plans and projects below!



Founded by two teenagers, PeriodLink is a non-profit organisation created by women, to help women achieve their maximum potential through advocacy and on-the-ground work.

We also focus on contributing to a more sustainable world.

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