Read about pilot projects in Imvepi Refugee Settlement in Uganda and distributing Ruby Cup in Turkana, one of the driest regions of Kenya.
If you’re not sure about the water quality, don’t just rinse your cup and wish for the best. Here’s what you should do instead.
Probably you’re debating with yourself if you should call your gyno or go to the emergency room to get your stuck menstrual cup out. Before you do that, try our step-by-step guide.
In 2005 the Government of Nepal declared the practice of Chhaupadi illegal, and since 2018 it has been considered a criminal offense with explicit consequences. However, there are areas in Nepal where…
Lack of access to menstrual products is keeping girls and women from achieving their full potential. This Giving Tuesday we want to encourage you to give a worry-free period to a girl or woman without access to safe and healthy menstrual care products. Here are 4 ways to help out.
Let’s take a closer look at the concept of virginity and menstrual cup usage, with a step-by-step guide on how to use a menstrual cup if you’re afraid of breaking the hymen
Do you use an IUD and want to switch to a menstrual cup but you’re unsure if you can use both devices at the same time? Here’s everything you need to know.
The conversations about periods in Western Kenya would be a lot different if it wasn’t for Golda Ayodo and Bernard Otieno Obera – if there would even be any conversations.
Understanding the period experience in a cultural context “Menstruation is the only blood that is not born from violence, yet it’s the one that disgusts you the most” – From a sign posted at…
“There were girls who were leaving school and going into early marriage. We talked to them and got them to go back to school.” Get to know some of Golden Girls Foundation’s mentors and the important work they’re doing.
Follow Golda Ayodo from Golden Girls Foundation as she distributes Ruby Cups to a group of school girls and trains them how to use them.
Menstrual Health Management (MHM) has gained attention in the global development agenda. However, despite the fact that it plays a key role in 6 of the Sustainable Development Goals, it does not…
Your curiosity might just get you a Ruby Cup for free
Menstrual cups can be a weird thing to wrap your head around when you first hear about them. However, more and more women are sharing the life-changing benefits of menstrual cups. But they…
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!
Last month was exciting for Ruby Cup’s social mission. The main reason: a new pilot project with the well-known organisation Save the Children.
We have a new partner to help us accomplish more change. We are now working with ARRIVE Kenya. Together with them, we had the first menstrual cup distribution in Kenya last week.
Infographic explaining how a Ruby Cup can break the vicious circle of Periods, Poverty and Shame.
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.
Taking overflowing to a new level. Using the Ruby Cup menstrual cup and Thinx period underwear is the perfect combination for a heavy period. A true story.