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Chil Femtech Center unveils E-Hygiene shop for girls’ menstrual health and education

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Chil Femtech Center, a leading healthcare technology company, has launched the E-Hygiene Shop program, a comprehensive initiative aimed at improving menstrual health and education for girls in Africa.

“We are committed to ensuring that girls in Africa have access to the resources they need to manage their menstrual health with dignity,” said Dr. Shamim Nabuuma, CEO of Chil Femtech Center. “The E-Hygiene Shop program is a critical step towards achieving this goal.”

The program will provide girls with access to essential hygiene products, including reusable sanitary pads and panty liners, as well as e-health resources and educational materials.

“Menstruation should not be a barrier to education or opportunity,” Dr. Nabuuma emphasized. “We believe that every girl deserves the chance to reach her full potential, and we are dedicated to making that a reality.”

The E-Hygiene Shop program will be rolled out in schools across Uganda, Kenya, and Tanzania, with plans for expansion to other African countries in the coming months.

“We are proud to partner with Chil Femtech Center on this important initiative,” said Jane Akio, a teacher at Kampala Primary School. “The E-Hygiene Shop program will make a real difference in the lives of our students.”

Chil Femtech Center has partnered with local schools and healthcare providers to implement the program, which is expected to benefit over 10,000 girls in its first year.

Chil Femtech Center is committed to the program’s long-term success, working with partners and schools to ensure learners’ privacy, raise awareness about menstrual hygiene practices, and develop a robust credit system for ongoing growth.

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