Menstrual Health Trust Launched In Zim

A Menstrual Health Specialist Trust (MHS) which is to boost donor and partner support for menstrual health products in Zimbabwe has been officially launched. By Michael Gwarisa Speaking at the launch, The Butterfly Cup Company Managing Director, Sarah Fox said girls from marginalised communities were finding it hard to access sanitary wear and at times end up missing school lessons and productive time as they try to manage their periods in isolation. By launching the MHS trust, we hope to be able to engage with you to help vulnerable women…

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Butterfly Cup Co Sets Up Menstrual Health Trust

THE Butterfly Cup Company is set to launch the Menstrual Health Specialist Trust (MHS) which will serve as a platform for sourcing donor and partner funding for menstrual health products and services in Zimbabwe. By Michael Gwarisa The organisation’s Managing Director, Sarah Fox said the official launch of the trust has been scheduled for May 14, 2019. “On 14 May we are officially launching The Menstrual Health Specialists Trust in Zimbabwe. The Trust is being set up to attract donors and partners who may be interested in supporting our girls…

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Why The Butterfly Cup Is The Best Alternative?

MANY young women in Zimbabwe struggle to manage their menstrual life owing to a plethora of challenges. In most cases, girls in communal areas use rags, mattress stuffing, grass or even cow dung to stop the flow of blood. This can be  extremely stressful and draining. To support women and young girls from the stress associated with menstruation, many alternatives have been introduced. However, from all these choices, The Butterfly Cup has emerged the much sort after alternative. Here is why!!! The answer is a mix of health, safety and…

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How to use a Butterfly Menstrual Cup

The Butterfly Menstrual cup is made from 100% medical grade silicone and is designed to be worn internally.   To insert the Butterfly Cup simply fold it into a C shape fold and insert it into the vagina. Some ladies prefer to squat down to insert the cup or put one foot on the toilet or even lie down. There is no right or wrong position and you should use which ever suits you and your body. The Butterfly Cup should sit high enough that you cannot feel it but…

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