Helping a Cameroon organisation
We are very happy about something, and would like to share it with you. We’ve received a letter from Africa. We’re very pleased to know that our help has purpose.
Community Development Network
We collaborate with a non-governmental Cameroon organisation that operates in its own country - Cameroon.
Its main mission is to reduce poverty in rural areas, eliminate hunger and generally improve the quality of life there.
We were happy to get involved and have donated several hundred cups for the local girls and women. You can find out more about the beneficial work this organisation does on its website.
We are delighted to see a response to our work. This motivates us and we will certainly go on helping. We attach the letter and you can also see some photos in the gallery.
Nice to read from you. I am doing well and hope you are too.
We have been carrying out a series of campaigns and workshops on menstruation and menstrual hygiene in different schools, centers and communities and reaching out to many young girls provide the with vital information and resources to manage the periods.
Many girls have been thrilled by your cup and call it a lifesaver as it has totally changed their lifes as to handling the periods as they say it is practical, easy to use and very cost effective for them in their rural setting though they complained of how accessible the cup will be for them and many others in the case where they needed it.
Here are some pictures from our most recent workshops.
Community Development Network (CDN)
P.O Box 9422 Bonaberi
Douala, Littoral Region
The YUUKI menstrual cup is made from liquid silicone rubber. This advanced material is used in many sectors of human activity. In healthcare, it is used for components which come in direct contact with the human organism.
We collaborate with several charity organisations that work particularly in the poorer regions of Africa. We present one such project here today.