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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

DfG Kit U.S. Patent No. 9,877,878

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304 South Main #300

Centerville, Utah 84014

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2020 Enterprise Cohort Announcement

Meet Our New Enterprise Cohort! When Days for Girls launched our Enterprise Program around 6 years ago, more than 500 groups and individuals jumped at the chance to learn more. Of these, 180 completed the training (or are working towards becoming certified) - and now operate Enterprises in 28 different countries around the world. After listening and learning from this initial effort, we wanted to find a more efficient way to support local leaders in advancing menstrual health and education, while also creating livelihood opportunities. With that in mind, we created a robust, time-limited application process last spring for our DfG Enterprise Program. The plan was to select a small cohort of

Elevating Local Leadership In Cambodia

Project G: Youth For Menstrual Equity Heng Ry sits comfortably at the head of the classroom at Streth Secondary School in Siem Reap, Cambodia. She’s holding a Days For Girls Kit in her hands; a flipchart diagram of a uterus rests beside her. The 21-year-old university student is here to teach teenagers all about menstrual health. Twenty pairs of eyes are transfixed on their young teacher as she demonstrates how to properly use a DfG washable pad. They nod and take notes; a few of them giggle. Once the lesson is over, every girl in class will take home a kit of her own. Heng is one of 34 students who run Project G: a social enterprise that empowers rural youth with Days For Girls menstrual he

Days For Girls Diversity & Equity Commitment

At Days For Girls, we firmly believe that transformative change starts from within. In order to tear down systemic racism, we must first listen and reflect on our own biases – and then take action. It isn’t enough to hope for change; instead, we must act directly and deliberately. We are committed to this work, and to advancing our core values of equity, diversity, local leadership, and justice. We believe that #BlackLivesMatter. Some are seeing this important message as an attack on the value of all lives (#alllivesmatter). Indeed, it is certain that all lives matter. But for far too long, our Black sisters and brothers have faced a unique struggle with deep discrimination, institutionalize