Proper menstrual hygiene is essential for women’s health as it can lower their risk of contracting infections, eczema and even cervical cancer.
With the current concerns around the spread of the COVID-19 virus, much of our focus has been on how to make better standards of health and hygiene more accessible to vulnerable South African women.
At Susters4Life, we have always made it our mission to support the most vulnerable people in the Western Cape’s poor rural communities.
Susters4Life has received a generous donation of soap from Angelique, the owner of Candle Deli.
Our co-founder Reneé Thompson got the opportunity to speak at a Women’s Day event hosted by Child Welfare SA Grabouw on Wednesday 8th August.
Wednesday 1st August marked the start of Women’s Month, and the Susters4Life team is shining the spotlight on women’s wellbeing in at-risk communities.