They ride their bikes like there’s no tomorrow, driven by their mission to break menstrual taboos and advocating for sustainable menstrual products. Meet the bike babes from Sustainably Cycles and their new campaign!
Globally, menstruation is extremely challenging for women in lower income settings. The taboo and stigma that surrounds menstruation has severe negative to even deadly consequences for women and girls in some cultures.
Our social mission to keep Kenyan girls in school is bearing fruits. A recent impact study shows great results – see them here.
With more customers of all ages, Ruby Cup has gotten more customer requests, questions and calls for advice. We have listened to it and designed a Ruby Cup Small for you lovely Ruby Cuppers. It’s perfect to get started and if you have a light flow. Check it out here.
We couldn’t believe it, when the message arrived that Ruby Cup was selected semi-finalist at the Global Social Entrepreneurship Competition in Seattle. So happy to have been selected, we all tried to participate, which was made possible through generous support received from Copenhagen Business School. We had fun all the way through! As part of […]
While in Nairobi, we had the honour to speak to a Danish journalist who organised a press meeting for us back in Denmark. We were lucky to receive our first newspaper attention during “cucumber time” when nothing much is happening in the state of Denmark. An article was made public by the Danish Newspaper, Jyllandsposten, […]