Period poverty is the term used to describe a lack of access to menstrual hygiene products due to financial constraints.
Our dream is to see an equal South Africa, where all citizens are empowered to change the course of their lives!
If there is one thing that we’ve learnt from the Covid-19 pandemic, it’s that ﬂexibility is required in all plans.
The costs of managing your period each month are significant, but the depth of this financial burden is truly realised when you consider that a woman will have on average 456 periods in her life.
“Books are a form of political action. Books are knowledge.
Books are reﬂection.
Books change your mind.” – Toni Morrison
Known as the Mother of Black Freedom in South Africa, Charlotte Maxeke was indeed a revolutionary woman!
“Generation Equality: Realising Women’s Right for an equal future.”
Initiatives we organise
Happy Women’s Day to all the phenomenal women of South Africa!
Susters4Life started by undertaking small projects around our community that were funded from our own pockets.