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It’s the moment that South Sudanese school girls dread – coming on their period while at school. A schoolgirl from Wau told us, “I feel uncomfortable because my blood will be coming out and I will want to get out of class… it will distract my lesson so it’s better to stay at home." Due to a lack of resources, along with fierce stigma, girls in South Sudan are often forced to stay home during their period, which can lead them to miss 10-20% of school days. UNICEF estimates that 1 out of every 10 African girls will miss school due to their periods – this is likely to be higher in South Sudan. In some cases, girls simply don’t have access to sanitary products. Even if the products are there,

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Days for Girls International 

PO Box 2622

Mt. Vernon, WA 98273


Telephone: 360-220-8393 

Phone hours: 9AM - 12PM PST​ Monday - Friday

501(c)3 number (EIN): 45-3934671

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North Salt Lake City, Ut 84054

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