Sexual Adolescent Health

In the month of April 2021, Pan Foundation managed to conduct a SCHOOL BASED SEXUAL HEALTH campaign, here, 850 scholars in 6 different schools within Jinja were reached to. Most especially focusing on the girl – child. These included 5 secondary schools and 1 primary school, during these campaigns; material on Adolescent Sexual Health was distributed to the students and boxes of Sanitary pads given to the girls. This Campaign hoped to reach out to 25 schools as the primary target, however, we believe that with more resources availed, the campaign will move forward.

In some of schools where the campaign was conducted, a few cases of girls with shortage of Pads in their monthly cycle were found. This gives the Pan Pads project a validation for it’s commencement. We believe that we shall continue to support the girl-child in every sphere as she continues to attain a better future and as we build a resilient, empowered generation.

One of the team member, Mr. Silver Peter Kawuma disseminating information on Sexual Adolescent Health in one of the secondary schools (PMM Girls secondary school) in Jinja.


Pan Pads Project

We believe by utilizing our natural resources, this will help in the eco-system and have an impact on climate change. The use of organic pads has an influence on water and sanitation. Use of traditional re-useable pads has a number of pain carriers with it; high usage of water, time consumption in washing the pads, limited privacy, low self esteem.


We look forward to producing more of these sanitary pads in bulk, carry out school intercom petitions in breaking the stigma of Menstrual hygiene, reach out to the most vulnerable girls and make menstruation okay! for all girls. We also hope to carry out campaigns. These shall standout as avenues for girls to share their most difficult situations that they have encountered regarding menstruation.

Pan Pads – Just for you


Pan Marathon Fundraiser

The proceeds from the marathon shall go to the ‘Pan Foundation Pan Pads‘ project, a cause aimed at keeping the girl-child in school through the manufacturing of reusable sanitary pads.