The Youth Citizen Entrepreneurship Competition is an activity within the framework of the UNESCO Global Action Programme (GAP) on Education for Sustainable Development (ESD)

Project Dignity

Your title/position Founder, Vision Bearer and Executive Director
Type of Enterprise non-profit organization
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Impact of your enterprise on sustainable development

Mama Africa Foundation Trust (MAFT) has conducted an assessment and noted the following impacts of the social enterprise; Reduced cases of school absenteeism and dropouts among adolescents school going girls due to poor menstrual hygiene management. The washable pads has a life span of up to five years. This also reduces and addresses the challenge of waste management services and landfills as compared to disposable sanitary pads which also contain chemicals and are not biodegradable hence, polluting the environment, contrary to the washable pads which are made of cloth and are environmental friendly.  Through awareness campaigns, there have been reduced cases of child marriages and obstetric fistula and maternal deaths among the young women who get married early after dropping out from school. In addition the impact to sustainable development is that zero new HIV infections are reduced since the girls are encouraged to delay their sexual debut. Many girls who dropped out of school are encouraged to go back to school by targeting parents who have responded positively and are more careful how they treat a girl child for instance in cases of financial challenges as in the past a girl child was never preferred over a boy to go to school at the expense of the boy. Many communities are responding positively to (menstruate green Campain) by accepting the switch from disposable sanitary pads to reusable sanitary products so to protect the environment. We have trained Traditional and religious leaders, Mother groups,to education their communities on the need and why we should protect the environment through reusable sanitary towels and diapers. we have identified 300 marginalized girls across the country who are the beneficiaries of the Dignity project, our goal is to be able to reach out to 500,000 Marginalized girls a year and 5,000,00 women in a year nationalwide

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Sustainability and future plans

In order to sustain the innovation, Mama Africa Foundation Trust will engage the Ministries of Education, youth, Environment and gender, and some other international agencies, who together will subsidize the sanitary pads and diapers so that girls can continue accessing them freely and women can also access them at an affordable price. . By engaging governments to take lead in investing resources and providing a subsidy to free sanitary pads in all Malawian schools and beyond, it will be easily sustained while pursuing a sustainable and profitable business model. In order to enhance future growth, Mama Africa Foundation Trust will seek grants and loans from private sector, banks and bilateral partners to scale up the business since its replicable so that all the schools in Malawture growth, etc. (less than 300 words) In order to sustain the innovation, Mama Africa Foundation Trust will engage the Ministries of Education and the head of state and other UN agencies especially, United Nations Development Program who together will subsidize the sanitary pads so that girls can continue accessing them freely. By engaging government to take lead in investing resources and providing a subsidy to free sanitary pads in all schools in , it will be easily sustained while pursuing a sustainable and profitable business model. In order to enhance future growth, Mama Africa Foundation Trust will seek grants and loans to scale up the business so that all the schools in the region have free sanitary pads. In addition the organization plans to set up factories in all the four regions of Africa to manufacture and distribute the pads and diapers across the continent through a chain of stores and distributing agents. As a sustainable business model, it is expected that awareness in the region will be created using various media platforms, including engaging

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Your profile as an entrepreneur

Natasha Annie Tonthola is a 29 year old Malawian innovator & Activist been nominated and shortlisted as one of the five finalists in the youth Activist category, because of her efforts to liberate a girl child and protecting the environment through her dignite project which she has been implementing since 2012, by the Nelson Mandela &Graca Machel Civicus Award for piloting and implementing a project to design, manufacture and freely distribute sanitary pads to girls to keep them in school hence fighting early and child marriages. She was motivated by the fact that there are approximately over 4 million school going girls between the ages of 6 20 in Malawi. Of these, 40% do not go to school for one week per month while they are menstruating, which is 3 months in a year, and this makes them fall behind in class and sometimes even drop out of school altogether. The reason for this is that they have no means to acquire sanitary wear. She holds a diploma in HIV/AIDS and Nutrition, a Diploma in Community Development, a diploma in Fashion designing, diploma in cosmetology, a certificate in HIV Testing & and Counseling (HTC)  and a certificate in T.V presentation. 2013 Natasha was elected good will ambassador for Kachere Rehabilitation Center, a national framework which supports and cares for people living with physical disabilities because of her efforts which advocates for inclusiveness and equal rights. 2013 to currently Natasha campaigns for girl rights; she conducted 80 Primary school outreach programmes to sensitive girls against early marriages, school dropout, drug and substance abuse, how to cope with adolescent age, career talks  and HIV /AIDS. In this activity she involved the traditional leaders, parents and teachers. Eighty thousand girls were reached. 2012 to currently Natasha is implementing a project to keep girls in school, she designed underwear and reusable ,

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Comments

August 14, 2017 23:38

Hi Natasha
You are really MAMA Africa as you take care of the unprivileged ones.I would like to offer you my full support and encourage you to keep going and keep up the good work because you really have a good thing going there.thank you and best wishes

Imran Hassan

November 4, 2016 18:44

When i read the interview you had with the BBC journalist,my heart bleeds as a result of the agony you passed through. Thank God that emancipated you. I'm in full support of girl child education. May you succeed in your organization and in all your life endeavours. Say Yes to girl child education and no to evil tradition!

October 28, 2016 15:38

I think this is brilliant! I'm moved by your work.

Centli templeton-Sanchez

October 26, 2016 03:53

Hi Natasha,

I am so inspired by what you are doing for these school girls. You are a angle. I plan to donate a wee hit on money. I wish I could send more.

Peace,

Centli
(Scotland)

Sinead

October 25, 2016 21:50

Inspiring & brave young lady

Chris U

October 25, 2016 15:55

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/magazine-37431005
Please read this BBC article if you haven't done so already. Natasha's story is amazing and humbling. In the 21st century, no girl should have to stay away from school because of her period. I hope that Natasha will receive the support that her fantastic initiative deserves.

Jan Chow

October 25, 2016 06:48

Natasha's story is nothing less than inspiring to any and everyone, that despite the odds, and the amount of personal sacrifices, she's sticking by what she believes in now.

Kudos, and many blessings from Asia.

Onyinye

October 7, 2016 13:04

I love this innovative idea but please am worried about how hygenic it is and measure to ensure good hygene using it

September 28, 2016 02:35

thanks alot louisiana. God bless you.....

i look forward to meeting in the future

all the best dear.

September 27, 2016 20:14

I Like your project and it has a lot of deep meaning to the development of our society especially the female gender developments.

I discussed it with my friends here and they seem to be amazed.
I hope that in the future we meet to discuss and prolong this innovative change to further keep our environment clean and all.

Kudos to you Natasha...

Louisiana

September 11, 2016 09:26

great idea. all the best

killion

August 31, 2016 19:50

am proud of you Natasha. you are such a brave women the world need women like you to motivate and inspire others.

project dignity i more than just a Napkin..its a lot more than just keeping girls in school

this project needs support so that we can see a great change.
i support this project because of the social and environmental and entrepreneurial impact part of it.

i also agree...this is a game changer

with love from Zambia.

LEZA

August 31, 2016 19:35

GREAT PROJECT
they say if u educate a girl u have educated the entire community..over 62 million girls across the globe are not in school and most of them are victims of child bribes.

let girls learn is a great initiative which firs lady Michelle Obama is championing.
PROJECT DIGNITY is doing the same and most importantly the project fights climate change
game changer.

all the best

ULESI

August 31, 2016 15:57

THIS IS SUCH A GREAT INNOVATION
i remember what struggle i went through during this time in my life..
i eventually dropped out of school because my parents could not afford fees and sanitary wear for me
they got me married, to an older man who was three times my age...this was child marriage and i was exploited in every angle.

keeping girls in school is the most important thing to do if we must achieve gender equality,equal opportunities and 50/50 campaign..this project will promote just that... i'am a victim and survivor
let girls learn

August 31, 2016 14:12

You have done well. good job

MAU

August 30, 2016 16:57

THIS IS A DEAL
GAME CHANGER!

i read through your project Natasha am so impressed.. your project tackles all of the 17 sustainable development goals 2030

the SOCIAL, ECONOMICAL, HEALTH and Environmental impact is so great and undeniable for Project Dignity...this project should be supported and be replicated globally
this project has been innovated by a woman isn't that great as well

on a global point of view this is one of the great projects i support 100% especially because it fights climate change

support from SUDAN!

ARCHIE

August 30, 2016 14:18

This is a great project Natasha, you are a model to fellow women, u did not just design the Reusable washable Diapers and Reusable Napkins.
you are using this wonderful Eco-friendly products to liberate a girl child especially in Education..but while the project is doing all this it is also protecting our Environment from disposable sanitary products that are polluting the environment due to harmful chemicals found in them like Dioxin..these products do not biodegrade while Natasha's products are biodegradable

we have the alternatives now ladies lets bleed green and raise our babies green
this project is a game changer for sure!

all the best
from LIBERIA.

bongie

August 29, 2016 10:21

This project is great and it will really help to keep girls in school..

brez

August 29, 2016 09:07

The project is soo good,let it be implemented so that a girl child should still attend classes even during monthly period. Coz girls in rural areas sometimes they do miss classes due to monthly period.

patrick

August 29, 2016 09:02

Woooo if such projects were to be implemented some time back foresure Malawi of today would have been Malawi of milk on development, go on Natasha Malawi have been lucking such good projects which has led to failure into success for some young girls. The project is quiet amazing it will bring in a lot of positive motivation to girls

brez

August 29, 2016 09:02

This is a good project, a game changer it will improve lives more especially of young girls in rural areas. I Wish you all the best Natasha.

patrick

August 29, 2016 08:56

This is a helpful and a developmental project,as everyone knows how our young girls got disturbed to there education due to lack of good sanitary plain,foresure the project will encourage equal participation in developmental issues.

MUSHUNGWE

August 28, 2016 02:39

I AGREE
with my fellow friends this is a great project, girls do lag behind because of school absenteeism,eventually they drop out of school, Menstruation and lack of appropriate sanitary wear is a key reason why most girls dropout of school in in the sub-Saharan region.

if we have to win this battle..we have to make sure we fill all the barriers that makes a girl child to drop out of school. this project is great because it will help raise awareness and involve boys and men in breaking the silence,taboos and myths surrounding menstruation.

the project being promoted at a Regional level will educate millions of girls and also promote Environmental sustainability as Natasha's innovations are Biodegradable and Eco-friendly.

Game changer

all best.

August 27, 2016 20:56

Great project !

Dan kachingwe

August 27, 2016 18:28

this will be great project ever to our young girls..go Tasha

brez

August 27, 2016 18:02

great project to liberate our girls

this project its going to solve problems tht young girls are facing right now.

Go Natasha
Go Atasha
Go Tasha
Go asha
Keep it100% Natasha annie Tonthola

patrick

August 27, 2016 18:00

The project is soo good,let it be implemented so that a girl child should still attend classes even during monthly period

August 27, 2016 17:39

Hello Natasha,

You have a good project.

Good luck..

Aamal Almamari...

Tanisha Msiska

August 27, 2016 14:29

You have my votes all the way dear Natasha, I find this project very helpful, not only to girls, but also to our environment. Thumbs up.

patrick

August 27, 2016 12:06

I really support the amazing project, let's join hands Malawian to challenge the challenges a girl child face during menstruation period.

NAGABI

August 26, 2016 23:52

THIS JUST SO AMAZING!

you might not want to agree that mos of the cases of child bribes and sexual exploitation are a results of Girls dropping out of school due to lack of SANITARY WEAR. believe it or not Am a victim and i can tell you all about it

i was so happy to hear that there's a young lady from Malawi who is implementing this great project to liberate our girls

this project i agree with my friends is a GAME CHANGER. its going to solve all the problems we are facing right now. support this project please and this project will make history in the next 20 years to come

ladies lets go green with our babies and our periods. there's an alternative now, Natasha's innovations will help solve all these problems

all the way from SOUTH AFRICA

GOOD LUCK!

Manondo

August 26, 2016 18:23

i love what you my fellow friends have started calling this great project

100% GAME CHANGER! i agree totally
this project is beyond keeping girls in school it goes as far as fighting climate change it does a lot of other things too in sustaining a girl child. Its everything you can look for in an Innovation. great work you are doing.

you will need to work extra chance given a chance ,you are a Brave woman NATASHA.

with love form TANZANIA!
BEST WISHES!

Andrew

August 26, 2016 17:35

The fact that you are a woman , and you come up with these two innovations ,AMAZES me

you will need all the support to market your products on a very higher scale and i know that the challenge you will have will be Financial support, this is a major problem that we are facing in Africa, great ideas an project don't go far because of luck of financial muscle

it will be a pity if this great project wont go beyond borders. i see potential in this project.
its really a break through to our environmental sustainability in as far as fighting climate change is concerned and promoting gender equality.

the projects tackles almost all the 17 Sustainable Development Goals 2030

support from NIGERIA.

All the best

CRUZIE

August 26, 2016 17:07

I took a look at your project Natasha. am so amazed this is really great a Game changer as my fellow friends have already indicated

if this project can be supported i agree that we will change the world with these your product.
the project will break the silence educate men and people on Menstruation and break the taboos and Malpractices affecting girls in the rural areas. i love the Reusable diapers u have invented Natasha. if we can really really switch women form disposables diapers and pads to reusables this project will be fighting climate change in disguise

game changer, i support it too all the way from ghana.

best of luck Natasha

ELIZAH

August 26, 2016 16:51

Menstruation is one of the hidden factors that gets Marginalized girls in problems globally. Because of the taboos and myths surrounding it it's never discussed
when girls drop out of school they get sexually exploited
victims of child and early marriages
they become at risk of sexually transmitted infections including HIV/AIDS.and more... This project replicated it will help protect,educate our girls. but the most important thing is the BLEEDING GREEN. Our environment will be protected if this project can be supported and reach out to million of women and girls

i support your project 100%...your products are a game changer Natasha.

i can only wish you the best .

Bregger

August 25, 2016 11:20

you have our support all the way here from SENEGAL. We have here both women and marginalized girls going through these problems during menstruation.

i hope your project gets all the support so that one day you can reach us here. if this project can be replicated and reach out to millions of women across the globe we will be 100% menstruating GREEN thereby protecting the environment and educating strong independent women leader of tomorrow.

YOU ARE SUCH AN INSPIRATION NATASHA, KEEP MAKING THE DIFFERENCE.WE ARE MOTIVATED BY YOUR PROJECT HERE IN SENEGAL.

i agree this is a game changer

GOD BLESS YOU.

GOD BLESS YOU

Emmanuel

August 25, 2016 10:52

this is a great project..its so amazing coz of the Environmental part of it.
at the same time keeping girls in school.
100% game changer

hope your project makes it

best of luck
GOD BLESS

GRACE

August 25, 2016 07:43

Time to break the silence and taboos surrounding Menstruation and Myths. This project is replicable, scalable it protects he Environment at the same time.....

100% Eco-friendly
indeed a game changer

all the best

Malaika

August 25, 2016 07:04

100% GREAT PROJECT
I WORK ON A SIMILAR PROJECT HERE IN ETHIOPIA, GIRLS ARE HAVING A LOT OF PROBLEMS DURING MENSTRUATION ,MANY CASES OF SCHOOL DROP OUT, THIS IS A GLOBAL CHALLENGE, HOPE YOUR PROJECT WINS

ALL THE BEST.

comfy

August 25, 2016 06:50

great initiative here, i come from a background where i faced these challenges and couldn't talk about them. this project will break the silence. great work Tasha.

best wishes!

August 24, 2016 20:07

Congratulations! This is a great course. Good luck my sister.

Joseph Sangawe

August 24, 2016 12:09

Good project my Friend.

August 24, 2016 05:12

Nice project. I support by vote n comment

August 23, 2016 22:22

Great project if propelled! Don't give up because it can transform society through solutions it carries. I support it by votes and comments.

August 18, 2016 15:21

This is a great initiative, let girls learn!

August 18, 2016 15:21

This is a great initiative, let girls learn!

August 18, 2016 15:20

This is a great initiative, let girls learn!

August 17, 2016 23:28

Unique idea! It really tackles many global goals! Please also support our idea!
It's an app called SRVR in the ideas category that works like tinder (but for service)
https://www.entrepreneurship-campus.org /ideas/ 4 /527 7/
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Emanzy

August 14, 2016 11:56

i love this project.its a hidden factor that girls drops out of school due to lack of appropriate sanitary wear. and its an obvious factor that disposables sanitary products ,such as Tampoons, pads and disposable diapers are destroying our environment 100%
this project can bring a huge change and make our environment green again.

Gerald

August 14, 2016 11:46

this is such a great project.. it tackles both on economical, social and environmental impact.

game changer.

July 27, 2016 08:58

the project is indeed sustainable. well done

Mwayi Edith Chavula

July 18, 2016 04:50

Dear Tasha,

It's my prayer that you win, you are doing a great job.

July 17, 2016 13:10

My idea is quite similar. I am working with women menstruation health too. You might want to check out my idea!

https://www.entrepreneurship-campus.org/ideas/4/4333

July 16, 2016 07:40

Congrats Natasha, for your great idea. Wish you all the best.

Gift Mwale

July 15, 2016 09:36

This is marvellous and unique for girls and can improve their education. Lets supporr this.
Regards,

Gift Mwale.

Gift Mwale

July 15, 2016 09:32

This is a unique project worthy to be supported.

Regards,

Gift Mwale.

Loraine Masiya Mponela

July 12, 2016 11:59

Dear Tasha, I hope you win. You inspire me and thousands more. This project truly resonates with me. I know exactly what it feels to be a girl and without proper sanitary pads. You are scared to stand up knowing your school uniform has been stained with blood. Total embarrassment and undignified. I am glad you project aims to relieve the girls from this shame they live with every month. We all know having periods is a natural process so should not shame any girl. I am glad again you are giving these girls their confidence back that this is normal lets maintain dignity. Thank you and wish you all the luck in this world. LMM

Gift Mwale

July 12, 2016 07:59

Dear Natasha,
This is one of the projects which needs alot of support to be replicated in most schools. It will promote sanitation and girls participation in education.
Regards,

Gift Mwale.

Duncan Malinga

July 10, 2016 23:09

Girls are also of fresh just like everyone.what a man can do, girls can do. If u educate a girl u have built a bridge that will save more people.

Sophie Mkweteza

July 10, 2016 06:15

This is an awesome project. Keep it up. Voted

Kufasi

July 9, 2016 21:57

One girl at a time. We can change the world by educating even just one girl at a time. Nothing sould keep this girl away from class, not menstrual period, nothing at all! One girl at a time....

Tionge

July 9, 2016 19:44

All the best!!

Geoffrey

July 9, 2016 16:00

this is nice and encouraging. keep it and make every girl go to school

Andrew

July 9, 2016 11:45

Lets all support our beautiful girls so that they have a good education, together we can make it work.

patience nkhokwe

July 8, 2016 05:31

wooow ..great ideas and u doing a tremendous job . .. all the best

amina Brenda sadi

July 7, 2016 17:58

keep it up mama Africa this is what Malawians want, we need people like you here not selfish people who always keep good things like these for themselves

kenneth kabwila

July 6, 2016 22:00

Brilliant for the Malawian Communities

July 6, 2016 19:59

Hi, I like your action on adolescent sexual and reproductive health campaign, especially as you think toward real product, beyond advocacy talk.

I want to suggest, if possible for you to recruit some of the older (15-19 year) adolescents girls and boy to volunteer in the production of the reusable sanitary product. at least after closing hour from school they can help out and earn a living.
this strategy can reduce your program cost and reshape your hybrid business model.
can you help me review my idea and give me a vote
https://www.entrepreneurship-campus.org/ideas/4/3925/

stalin

July 6, 2016 09:46

good work Natasha

klarer

July 5, 2016 09:02

Go Tasha good luck...love u

Rejoice

July 4, 2016 10:07

keep it up! Good idea

Sibongile Kheswa

July 1, 2016 20:28

We need such women who will make different in de lyf of women and children. This two group are so vulnerable in our society, believe that with this compaign many lives will be restored and saved Thank you for good work.

June 29, 2016 16:34

Hello! Good project! I have voted for you. I kindly requested that you read about my idea too and vote for me via this link https://www.entrepreneurship-campus.org/ideas/4/4345/ .Together we can create a better society.

Philmon M Mphande

June 28, 2016 12:04

Great ideas to keep Malawi vibrant. Kudos

Thokozile

June 27, 2016 16:58

Nice project my sister

Justin Chimangeni

June 27, 2016 11:34

This is a great idea, I pray you win this award and Dedza East to be one of the benefiting areas.
Justin Chimangeni, Executive Director, Golomoti Active AIDS Support Organization(GASO)

June 26, 2016 14:17

Good!!! Keep it up!!!!

Raymond Likambale

June 26, 2016 09:14

This is an awesome Piece Natasha. How I wish more youngsters would borrow a leaf and go your rote. Perhaps you should begin thinking of career talks with secondary school students. Well done!

Kennie

June 26, 2016 07:40

You have my vote

Francis

June 23, 2016 20:31

All the best Natasha

patrick

June 22, 2016 09:27

Let a girl child go back to school

Gift Mfumuchaje

June 21, 2016 13:55

Natasha your are doing a great thing and its my prayer that your project will prosper and may the good lord protect you

Eugenio josephy

June 20, 2016 13:12

this project is great,it tackles almost all of the Sustainable Development goals.....
its a game changer.

emily gaveta

June 19, 2016 21:42

I like the idea alot

Ronald

June 19, 2016 19:49

Big up

patrick

June 18, 2016 23:44

proud of you Natasha for puting your effort on girl child Education.I have voted for you.

Felix Mwawa

June 18, 2016 18:27

Good idea Natasha, I dint know you were so creative! I vote for you

Yvonnie

June 18, 2016 18:10

Anything for the girl child.

Diana Mphando

June 18, 2016 17:25

Keep the fire burning Mama Africa. Put us on the map and we will keep voting and supporting your project. #Malawi#

Dennie Milanzi

June 18, 2016 14:23

A very welcome project, go ahead and keep these girls in School.

Herman Patrick

June 17, 2016 21:45

halow

Herman Patrick

June 17, 2016 21:29

thats good hey can u vot to my idea also sister natasha

Naomie

June 15, 2016 22:15

Good luck to you Tasha continue doing a good work.

Norman

June 15, 2016 10:17

It looks promising

June 14, 2016 14:14

Hi,
This is a good project, it will improve lives, great idea there. Wish you the best.
I have cast my vote for you!

Please I need you support also and a comment will also help.
please check out my idea by clicking "Pwavodi Tanihungoama
Joshua" above, and give your valuable comment/advice.

https://www.entrepreneurship-campus.org/ideas/4/3490/

Best Idea Category Do you know NEEM saves Lives

Also, if you like my idea, PLEASE vote for me!
Thank you in advance for your time.
Best,
Joshua

cyrus kabaghe

June 14, 2016 13:47

I have voted for you

Yvonnie

June 14, 2016 08:29

Voting for you all the way

Yvonnie

June 14, 2016 08:23

Let's do this.

Fatima Nkata

June 14, 2016 06:33

Kerp the fire burning!

stalin

June 13, 2016 15:27

I voted for u
Natasha

June 10, 2016 21:28

Hello Natasha, i have vote on your project, congratulation and good luck

June 10, 2016 21:25

Hello Natasha, i have vote on your project, congratulation and good luck

June 10, 2016 08:29

I have voted for you Mama Africa, please kindly vote for my project : 'Reducing a common mango spoilage in western Tanzania'

June 10, 2016 08:23

I have voted for you, please kindly vote for my project "Reducing a common mango spoilage in western Tanzania"

June 10, 2016 08:20

I have voted for you, please vote to my project also "reducing a common mango spoilage in western Tanzania"

Ethel Kumvula

June 10, 2016 07:11

swthat I will always be on ur side until this mission is completed. go girl this is wat Malawi needs from youngsters like us. u have indeed help Malawian girls with this project.All the best Mama Africa

June 10, 2016 06:01

Today, I have done my vote to you and wish best of luck. Please give a vote to my idea 'WASTELESS'

June 10, 2016 05:59

Today, I have done my vote to you and wish best of luck. Please give a vote to my idea 'WASTELESS'

Dan kachingwe

June 9, 2016 20:28

Thats great initiative Mama Africa,,

towera

June 9, 2016 19:01

this is a good project because when a girl starts you know what at school..it's embarrassing. this will really help

Pavle

June 9, 2016 14:53

I voted.

Clement Dzinyemba

June 9, 2016 10:34

I like the concept. This is good.

Stephen

June 9, 2016 08:19

Good project Natasha let me invite more friends to vote for it.you really deserve to win

June 9, 2016 06:20

Dear Natasha, yes of course I voted for your initiative too.

Clement Dzinyemba

June 8, 2016 23:14

This is a brilliant concept.

June 8, 2016 19:34

Hi Natasha Annie Tonthola, I did mine too. Good luck to us all.

June 8, 2016 19:30

Hi Natasha Annie Tonthola, I did mine too. Good luck to us all.

June 8, 2016 19:29

Hi Natasha Annie Tonthola, I did mine too. Good luck to us all.

June 8, 2016 19:22

You've got a great project Natasha. Success in all your endeavours

June 8, 2016 19:21

You've got a great project Natasha. Success in all your endeavours

Idodo blessing

June 8, 2016 19:12

I just voted. Your project is really insightful and innovative. Our world will be a better world for it.

Ngeli Tsiga

June 8, 2016 17:23

great idea Natasha. Keep up the good work

June 8, 2016 17:19

I always with you

June 8, 2016 17:17

I always with you

June 8, 2016 11:48

Voted Natasha

Lucky

June 7, 2016 17:46

This is a great initiative, i know gals from rural areas who have dropped out of school due to lack of sanitary wear.

This is a hidden factor as talks surrounding menstruation is considered as a taboo. so girls become Victims and silence

This project is a game changer in Malawi and beyond

June 7, 2016 11:58

Positive life time change is to be encouraged among the youth for a brighter and independent future! #ProjectDignity

June 7, 2016 07:52

Madam Natasha, I Vote for you..
nice idea and best wishes

June 7, 2016 07:49

Madam Natasha, I Vote for you..
nice idea and best wishes

June 7, 2016 07:42

Madam Natasha, I Vote for you..
nice idea and best wishes

June 7, 2016 06:34

Dear Natasha, great initiative.

Graycian Chitekwe

June 7, 2016 00:28

Mama Africa Project! An authentic heart and pure passion project! Africa Needs this!!

Abiola Olagunju

June 6, 2016 22:40

Wow, this is great idea. I am very impress with this, please keep it up

SungieDelight Kagomo

June 6, 2016 13:24

You are truly a blessing Natasha and Your Project is One of a kind.Wishing you all the best.God be with you and I believe your project will suceed

hussy mohammed

June 6, 2016 13:05

Hello mama Africa, you are truly mama Africa I see your hand for the charity work God bless you my
dear. Much love from Nigeria.

June 6, 2016 01:56

Hi Natasha,

I voted for your project. Please vote for mine as well. I would truly appreciate it! Please see the info here https://www.entrepreneurship-campus.org/ideas/4/3027/

June 6, 2016 01:03

This is an excellent idea.So many people in developed nations are not aware of the challenges that face developing nations such as the one your project is trying to address.I do hope you get the support to export your products as there is endless potential.My greatest gratitude for your votes on my project UrClickcast and I returned the favour.Take care.

June 6, 2016 01:02

This is an excellent idea.So many people in developed nations are not aware of the challenges that face developing nations such as the one your project is trying to address.I do hope you get the support to export your products as there is endless potential.My greatest gratitude for your votes on my project UrClickcast and I returned the favour.Take care.

June 5, 2016 08:17

I have done that dearie. Good luck

Brian Banda Sibande

June 5, 2016 04:16

Good initiative Natasha. I am very optimistic this project will succeed. Good luck!

June 4, 2016 23:35

Have given you my vote @Natasha. All the very Best!

June 4, 2016 23:29

Have given you my vote @Natasha. All the very Best!

Lazarus

June 4, 2016 23:16

This project will help young girls to keep them focused on the development of a balanced lifestyle that will empower them through education, and to allow them to record things of importance to them that can be cherished for generations to come.

June 4, 2016 22:11

Thanks Bernard ,, I pledge my vote too. ...best of luck...

June 4, 2016 22:00

Hi Annie i have voted ur idea,,am expecting yours too okay.

June 4, 2016 20:23

Thanks aloit guys ,, u absolutely have my vote......best of luck to all of us...

June 4, 2016 18:37

Thanks a lot Natasha, u have a vote from me, will also need a vote from u. Best of luck. https://www.entrepreneurship-campus.org/ideas/4/2232/

June 4, 2016 18:35

Thanks Natacha.

This is my vote to you . Wish you do same to me.

Thanks

Magoti

June 4, 2016 17:40

Congrats Natasha.. Best idea

June 4, 2016 16:28

Thank u so much dear I greatly appreciate. ...may u reach your potentials. The sky is the limit
God bless us all..We are all here working for the same cause , am glad to meet all of u geniuses here in this campus family. ...may our ideas and projects be successful

God bless you all.

June 4, 2016 16:27

Very nice project my dear!
Good luck for the rest!

June 4, 2016 16:26

I strongly appreciate your project progress.

June 4, 2016 16:25

Thank u so much dear I greatly appreciate. ...may u reach your potentials. The sky is the limit
God bless us all..We are all here working for the same cause , am glad to meet all of u geniuses here in this campus family. ...may our ideas and projects be successful

God bless you all.

June 4, 2016 16:24

I strongly appreciate your project progress.

June 4, 2016 16:24

Thank u so much dear I greatly appreciate. ...may u reach your potentials. The sky is the limit
God bless us all..We are all here working for the same cause , am glad to meet all of u geniuses here in this campus family. ...may our ideas and projects be successful

God bless you all.

June 4, 2016 16:23

I strongly appreciate your project progress.

June 4, 2016 16:18

I strongly appreciate your project progress.

June 4, 2016 16:16

I strongly appreciate your project progress.

June 4, 2016 16:15

I strongly appreciate your project progress.

princess stella..

June 4, 2016 15:22

Just voted my queen, God bless ur hussles,

Thokozile

June 4, 2016 00:03

Well done my cc natasha. This is a nice project indeed

Thokozile

June 4, 2016 00:03

Well done my cc natasha. This is a nice project indeed

Thokozile

June 3, 2016 23:58

Well my sister natasha keep up the good work. N I bliv in you helping empowering young woman

Pamela Mithii

June 3, 2016 20:58

This project is the most outstanding the world could ever see.
It is a hidden fact but most girls are dropping out of school due to lack of sanitary pads.
It is also environmental friendly....
#projectdignity
#alltheway#

Monica Manda

June 3, 2016 19:14

This is a nice project.

achie bregger

June 3, 2016 19:07

Nice project I support it 100%

June 3, 2016 18:20

Nice one

Monica Manda

June 3, 2016 16:02

This is a nice project.

Bimp

June 3, 2016 11:43

GO NATASHA GO!!!!! Mad love and respect :-)

Yvonnie

June 3, 2016 11:41

Good course with supporting.

peter

June 3, 2016 10:45

thats realy great vission Natasha..education girls and putting their minds into education field is the most important idea.well done

peter

June 3, 2016 10:29

thats great and wonderful Natasha..the world is looking for people who can bring solutions liku u Natasha...well done.

June 3, 2016 10:16

This is nice Natasha , I like the idea

June 3, 2016 10:15

This is nice Natasha , I like the idea

achie bregger

June 3, 2016 00:18

Natasha your doing great,keeping girls in school ,its amazing am proud of you .

June 2, 2016 15:12

Wow.. Natasha we seem to share similarities been in the sanitary industry. I love what you are doing and hope to learn more about it. No company does that in Nigeria.., Eteicon through partnerships with you can explore this Market Segment (Young Girls and Adolescents) also for low income families which make up about 70% of the over 160 Million Nigerian Population.
Good luck to you dearie in the competition cheers.

June 2, 2016 13:09

Natasha the work you are doing to keep girls in school is commendable. Malawi needs more projects like this.

June 2, 2016 12:57

Natasha the work you are doing to keep girls in school is commendable. Malawi needs more projects like this.

June 2, 2016 12:47

Wow,this is amazing.