For many years, we have been denouncing menstrual precariousness in schools. Part of our struggle for menstrual justice is the production of washable and ecological menstrual panties with our partner, the world lingerie leader Chantelle, we aim to market the menstrual packs abroad in order to finance the free distribution to young girls, in Tunisia.
In Tunisia and around the world, the education system is declining. For decades now, the school system is mismanaged by policies that no longer treat education as an investment but as an expenditure. Our ambition is to transform schools into social enterprises so that savings on electricity, water, school canteen bills, and the marketing of the energy and agricultural production produced, can finance a better studying and living environment for pupils.
Wallah We Care
With the pandemic that started in 2019 and affected children, we decided to launch the “Nafsouna” as a punctual action, which was renamed afterward “Wallah We Care” and became a durable project. We mobilized all our teams and created a software that could identify the hospitals’ exact needs for medical equipment and IPE (Individual Protection Equipment – disposables). Once we had all the necessary information, we contacted international organizations to help us achieve our goals.
Embassy of the Children
According to the National Human Anti-Trafficking Authority and the Ministry of Children, violence against children continues to increase and since the pandemic the numbers have exploded. That is why we decided to mobilise psychologists and lawyers, to stand by the children who are victims of physical, sexual and psychological abuse.
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