Landscape: Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Uttarakhand, Chhattisgarh, Kerala, Orissa


Pari Pad is a Bio-degradable Sanitary pad which Save the Child Foundation distributes to Girl children in need from Schools, Govt. run Homes primarily in India.


The pads are made by special needs girls in AshaJyothi based out of Hanuman Junction, Andhra Pradesh.

We also procure pads from wholesalers and brand them as Pari Pads and give pads for free for girl children in need and give 5 days of school back per month.


Landscape: Delhi, Rajasthan, Nepal


Baala Pad is a cloth based reusable pad created by Soumya Dabriwal , founder of Project Baala based in Delhi, India.

Save the Child has partnered with Project Baala to distribute Baala Pads for populations in need in Delhi, Rajasthan and Nepal. 

Baala Pads can be used for up to 18 months and comes in sets of 3 pads and is a sustainable solution for women and children from schools, slums and rural areas.

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Landscape: Rural and Suburban Pakistan


Daisy Pads are 100% compostable pads founded by Wardah Rafaqat to tackle the problem of menstrual hygiene and access to sanitary napkins in Pakistan.

Daisy uses locally available materials to make cheap, bio-degradable and disposable sanitary napkins to facilitate women from all financial backgrounds.

Daisy works in collaboration with various NGO's to reach suburban areas and provide the napkins at vastly subsidized prices and increase awareness of menstrual hygiene.


Landscape: Uganda


Afripads are cloth based reusable pads which can be used for upto 18 months. 

Save the Child has partnered with Afripads to distribute pads for more than 800 girls in the last two years and plans to strategically expand this footprint to a few thousand children by 2020.