Still I Rise foundation is known to organize different projects yearly. These projects are directed towards different sets of individuals and also tackle one societal problem at a time. The second week of January was a very busy week for SIRF as we planned our first project for the year tagged “ SIRFGIRLCARE”. The project was targeted at secondary schools girls approaching puberty and the issues of menstrual poverty was addressed. Pep talks on menstrual hygiene, puberty and the use of sanitary towels were delivered by able members of the foundation. The girls of Sarki Noma girls government school in Kogi state were so glad and learnt a lot during our visit. Gift bags containing sanitary pads, body mist, roll ons, tissue paper and shaving sticks were given to each student and their teachers.It was an amazing experience that’ll always remain with them.Video and pictures of the project would be posted across all our social media platforms soon. Subsequently, several help cases were handled from our mails as the project did not affect that ritual. The sum of N100,000 was spent on the school fees of a beneficiary while N30,000 was used to enroll a recipient for a printing training. Medical cases were also handled and N40,000 was spent on health cases altogether. All testimonials can be found on our website. Our weekly activities still remain and we always have new insightful posts for you on our social media platforms and blog posts.We have lots of activities outlined for the year and people to be reached out to. It’s why we always employ you to become partners and supporters of the foundation’s cause. Don’t forget to subscribe to our newsletters for firsthand information on the happenings in the foundation.
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