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Spotlight on period dignity and sustainable menstrual products

Check out these Good Market approved social enterprises and responsible businesses that are working to end period poverty, stigmas, and waste. ❤️ Know another group that’s part of the menstrual revolution? Get in touch or encourage them to apply.


Tilottama, Nepal

Anjupad manufactures affordable zero waste hygiene products that are good for health, the environment, and society. They offer reusable cloth sanitary pads, menstrual cups, maternity sets, and baby diapers. Anjupad conducts school programs …

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Athena Empowers

Batu Caves, Malaysia

Athena Empowers produces sustainable menstrual products, reduces period poverty, and supports a healthier and better lifestyle for women and girls in Malaysia. They offer washable cloth sanitary pads and reusable bags, as well as washable adult  …

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Blenheim, New Zealand

WWA offers sustainable and inclusive period, incontinence, and postpartum solutions. Their name is derived from the Māori word “awa” meaning river or flow. In the past, Māori referred to their period as te awa atua, the divine river, and AWWA …

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Eco Femme

Auroville, India

Eco Femme is a women-led social enterprise based in Auroville, India that makes washable cloth pads, provides menstrual health education and promotes menstrual practices that are healthy, environmentally sustainable, culturally responsive …

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Ella Pad

Dhaka, Bangladesh

Ella Pad trains women garment workers in Bangladesh to make their own reusable sanitary napkins from fabric off-cuts. Partner garment factories provide materials and access to equipment because they see that the initiative reduces …

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Happy Bleeding

Ratmalana, Sri Lanka

Happy Bleeding focuses on making menstrual cups a viable, sustainable, ecological, and economical solution for all women in Sri Lanka. They raise awareness about the benefits of menstrual cups and support open dialog and community to reduce …

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Here We Flo

London, United Kingdom

Here We Flo offers natural period care, bladder care, and sexual wellness products for life’s messiest moments. Their FLO line of tampons, pads, liners, and period pants and their glo line of bladder pads and liners are made from sustainably

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Hey Girls Australia

Sydney, Australia

Hey Girls Australia is a not-for-profit social enterprise that’s on a mission to end period poverty. They sell environmentally responsible period products, and for every item purchased, they do a matching donation to someone in need. Products …

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Hey Girls UK

Musselburgh, United Kingdom

Hey Girls is committed to ending period poverty in the United Kingdom. They believe that access to period products is a right, not a privilege, so for every pack of plastic-free period products that they sell, they give a pack away to a UK girl or young …

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Momiji Natural

Sri Lanka and Japan

Momiji Natural focuses on promoting women’s health and protecting the environment. They produce washable cotton menstrual pads and sanitary liners that save money and reduce waste.

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McDowall, Australia

Myoni contributes to the menstrual revolution by making ethical and sustainable menstrual products in Australia, promoting period positivity, and challenging taboos and period poverty. They partner with Australian suppliers to produce reusable…

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Senapati, India

Orikalankini is changing narratives around menstruation and inclusive sexuality through art, theater, dialog, and connection. Instead of being something to “manage,” menstruation is seen as a way to connect with our bodies and care for the earth …

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Ahmedabad, India

Saathi produces biodegradable hygiene products that are good for the body, the environment, and the community. Saathi menstrual pads are sold online and supplied at subsidized rates to underserved communities in urban slums and rural …

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She's Eve

London, United Kingdom

She’s Eve sells environmentally responsible menstrual pads and uses the profits to address period poverty in Africa. Their biodegradable disposable pads are plastic free and made from organic cotton. Their reusable pads and pouches are made …

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The Arka Initiative

Colombo, Sri Lanka

The Arka Initiative is working toward greater sexual and reproductive wellbeing in Sri Lanka. The organization was started by a group of young doctors, psychologists, lawyers, and researchers to address current gaps and provide both women and …

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