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International Women’s Day: Selected schools to receive washable female pads

Join us in our International Women’s Day celebration! Three Women-founded-and-led organizations join forces to empower young women attending Ghana Senior High School to ensure their menstrual health needs are met.

In honor of International Women’s Day, GapBuster, Inc., in collaboration with Days for Girls International and Altrusa International, is distributing 1,000 Days for Girls washable pad kits to female students. The event is hosted by Ghana Senior High School Headmistress, Madam Patience Naki Mensah.

The event starts at 1:00 pm GMT with Keynote Speaker: The President, Eastern Regional Queenmother’s Association, Koforidua and Greetings from The Chief of Effiduase, Nana Okoawia Dwumoh Baebu II. Invited guests include: Madam Margaret Nsiah Asamoah, Regional Director of Education, Eastern Region; Honorable Comfort Asante, Chief Executive Officer, New Juaben North Municipal Assembly Koforidua; Madam Beverly Dansoa Berteis, Municipal Director of Education New Juaben North, Koforidua and other national and local dignitaries.

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International Women’s Day (IWD) is a global holiday celebrated annually on March 8 to commemorate the cultural, political, and socioeconomic achievements of women. It is also a focal point in the women’s rights movement, bringing attention to issues such as gender equality, reproductive rights, and violence and abuse against women.

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GapBuster, Inc. ( founded in 1999, is a (501(c)(3) non-profit organization that strives to enable students to meet their full potential in spite of socio-economic disadvantages through programs that will engage them academically and intellectually beyond the school day. Through supplemental education, enrichment programs and leadership development training, GapBuster develops well-rounded individuals positioned to excel in academic, social and professional environments. Our motto is “Educate, Elevate and Empower,” to inspire youth to be future leaders through the power of education.

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Learn more about what GapBuster is doing in Ghana:

Altrusa International ( founded in Nashville, Tennessee in 1917, originally as Altrusa Institute. During that time, a record number of women were going to work during World War I, and there was a need for women’s civic organizations. In June 1918, when Altrusa held its first convention in Indianapolis, The Altrusa Institute became a classified service organization for women. In 1935, Altrusa became international when the first club in Mexico was organized. Since that first step over US borders, Altrusa moved into Puerto Rico, Chile, Ecuador, Mexico, India, Korea, Russia, Ukraine, Ireland, Great Britain, Bermuda, Canada, and New Zealand.

Days for Girls International ( founded in 2008, increases access to menstrual care and education by developing global partnerships, cultivating Social Entrepreneurs, mobilizing volunteers and innovating sustainable solutions that shatter stigma and limitations for women and girls. By combing innovative menstrual health solutions and education with Social Entrepreneurs and volunteers they advance local driven policy and advocacy to create long-lasting impact. Days for Girls are turning periods into pathways.

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For more information, please contact Ekourba Yeboah, Executive Director GapBuster Ghana at 240-426-2642 or email at or Isaac Antwi, Country Director GapBuster Ghana at 0209426533 or email at

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