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    Beabloss aims to end Period Poverty in Australia by the year 2030.
    "Be the change you must see in the world" - Beabloss 21st Century
    The United Nations has finally recognised menstrual hygiene as a global public health and human-rights issue. 
    ‘Period poverty’ as it’s also commonly known as, is the lack of access to sanitary products, menstrual hygiene education, toilets, hand washing facilities, and/or waste management.
    It’s a serious issue affecting not just third-world countries, but developed nations too.
    In the UK, 1 in 10 women cannot afford sanitary products!
    In India, it is estimated that 82% percent of the country’s 355 million menstruating citizens can’t afford them.
    Globally, more than 1.2 billion people lack access to basic sanitation and hygiene.
    What’s worse, a lot of them are ostracised from basic activities, like going to school, socialising, or even going to work while menstruating. 
    Being able to manage their menstruation safely, hygienically, and with dignity is critical not just for their health and education, but also for economic development and overall gender equality. 
    Millions were already struggling to meet their menstrual needs before the current crisis, but after the pandemic this issue has further exacerbated.
    Beabloss is committed to directly helping them by donating menstrual cup(s) with every 30 and 60 pack of byehoney sold.
    This means thousands of women and menstruators will now not only be fully equipped to function in society, but will have sustainable solutions that will last them 8-10 years.
    Thank you for being a part of it ❤️
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