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Sanitary pads restore schoolgirls’ sanity

MAKING A DIFFERENCE: The donated toiletry

In a bid to ease the girl child’s time at school and allow them to concentrate fully on their studies, a local church has donated toiletry to Maun Senior Secondary School’s female boarders.

In total, Christian Empowerment Church handed over 50 hampers worth P9,500. The gifts included: sanitary pads, body lotion, pure glycerine, 2kg washing powder, bath soap, shoe polish, roll-on and toilet paper among others.

Visibly moved by the gestures, the school’s acting Deputy Head, Tjabanga Hureva, noted availing sanitary pads and toiletry to young girls is a way of lifting their self-esteem and c...

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