• To relieve the distress of refugee women through providing those in need with sanitary necessities, basic hygiene products and education;

  • To build a greater community understanding of the impacts of the unhygienic measures taken by refugees who are desperate and under-supplied when dealing with their monthly menstruation;

  • To address the taboo and transform the discussion surrounding female hygiene  and to create a more mature approach that transcends cultural borders and better informs young people;

  • To encourage and foster greater inclusion of all aspects of female hygiene into primary and high school education programs.