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maasai.io is a sustainable and charitable African Cardano Stakepool that aims to fight period poverty in developing nations such as Kenya amongst others in an eco-friendly manner
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As a Linux professional and Cardano enthusiast, I have the strongest belief in this technology for the world at large and Africa in particular.
John Kasimba is a Kenyan Linux and Kubernetes Administrator as well as an English Teacher who believes in the power and potential of blockchain technology.
Menstrual cups can be a weird thing to wrap your head around when you first hear about them. However, more and more women are sharing the life-changing benefits of menstrual cups. But they can be even more life-changing for girls and women who can’t afford any menstrual product at all. In Kenya, a country where 65% of girls and women can’t afford sanitary pads, menstrual cups stage a potential solution. Especially now with the COVID-19 pandemic affecting the delivery and availability of single use sanitary products.
Maasai.io has identified Ruby Cups and the Golden Girl's Foundation as recipients of our corporate social responsibility donation.
Why did we choose them? When Ruby Cups are distributed, they are never just handed out and left with the girls to figure out how to use them. We take the time to carry out an educational workshop where the girls learn about their reproductive health, their bodies, menstrual care and how to use a menstrual cup.
During the workshops, a safe space is established, where the girls can feel free to ask any questions they might have. At the same time, harmful beliefs and myths about the female anatomy and menstruation are broken. We believe that the high adoption rates – 8 out of 10 girls are still using the Ruby Cup a year after receiving it – are due to the principles of the program: sustainable partnerships, education, appropriate resources and ongoing support for program participants.
Let Ruby Cup ambassador Rachael Mwikali explain to you first hand how poverty and periods affect girls in Kenya and how getting a Ruby Cup changes their future: