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Eva supports 100,000 economically challenged schoolgirls

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One of the many donations  as part of the campaign.
One of the many donations as part of the campaign.

Leading sanitary napkin brand, Eva, has launched a donation drive to support 100,000 economically challenged schoolgirls across Sri Lanka. The initiative, which started on Women’s Day, aims to end period poverty among schoolgirls and ensure that no girl misses school due to a lack of access to menstrual hygiene products. The first donation was made to three schools in Colombo, with the drive continuing throughout March and April, covering schools in rural areas. Eva is committed to providing Eva sanitary pad packs to school children from economically challenged areas to ensure that menstruation does not hinder their education.

Capital Maharaja Group Group Director Shanthi Bhagirathan said that Eva is committed to ensuring that no girl is left behind and that donation drives such as this are only the beginning of a long road ahead. The company urges women to buy Eva sanitary napkins so that donation drives can continue, making bigger impacts in communities and society. Eva also invites parents and women to join the brand’s efforts and support at least one schoolgirl from an economically challenged background by purchasing an Eva pack for her.

Bhagitharan said, “We will remain committed to our cause and pledge to do everything we can to end period poverty in Sri Lanka.”

Eva has been a market leader in menstrual hygiene products since its inception in 1987 and has continuously strived to improve its products to meet the needs of strong and confident women across the nation. The brand is committed to providing the highest quality sanitary napkins that offer superior absorbency, comfort, and security.

The donation drive addresses period poverty at its roots, to empower young school-going girls to have equal education opportunities and to realize their dreams. Eva’s efforts towards this cause are encouraging girls to aspire towards contributing to their community and the country’s economy. Eva is confident that several schoolgirls across the country will realize their dreams.

 

Monday, May 1, 2023 – 01:00











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