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Greetings, I am David Clark III, Founder of African Talent Outreach and Mentorship Organization. We employ tailors to sew

washable feminine sanitary pads, facilitators to provide menstrual education, and we donate washable feminine sanitary pads to young girls, and ladies to stop Period Poverty. Our Period Poverty Initiative is changing the lives of thousands of young ladies in Rwanda. This month alone we served over 500 girls. Period poverty is an unacceptable national epidemic. Far too many students in our schools are unable to afford basic health products like tampons and pads. In Rwanda girls miss on average 60 days of school per year due to their Period.

Call us: +250791590862

Many fall behind and drop out as a result, ending up in a life of poverty. Only by acknowledging this tragic reality can we begin to take the steps that we 

need to dismantle this problem and ensure that everyone has access to the period products they need to live and thrive. Already we have helped 500 girls stay in school and not miss as a result of their period. We have answered hundreds of questions and lifted the taboo of speaking about Periods. While we have made some great strides, African Talent Initiatives still has a lot to accomplish. We need your support to provide washable feminine sanitary pads, carry bags, and soap to more than 1000 girls/women all over Rwanda. Each feminine kit costs $25.00 to manufacture and can last 2 years when taken good care of.

Greetings, I am David Clark III, Founder of African Talent Outreach and Mentorship Organization. We employ tailors to sew washable feminine sanitary pads, facilitators to provide menstrual education, and we donate washable feminine sanitary pads to young girls, and ladies to stop Period Poverty. Our Period Poverty Initiative is changing the lives of thousands of young ladies in Rwanda. This month alone we served over 500 girls. Period poverty is an unacceptable national epidemic. Far too many students in our schools are unable to afford basic health products like tampons and pads. In Rwanda girls miss on average 60 days of school per year due to their Period.

Call us: +250791590862

Many fall behind and drop out as a result, ending up in a life of poverty. Only by acknowledging this tragic reality can we begin to take the steps that we need to dismantle this problem and ensure that everyone has access to the period products they need to live and thrive. Already we have helped 500 girls stay in school and not miss as a result of their period. We have answered hundreds of questions and lifted the taboo of speaking about Periods. While we have made some great strides, African Talent Initiatives still has a lot to accomplish. We need your support to provide washable feminine sanitary pads, carry bags, and soap to more than 1000 girls/women all over Rwanda. Each feminine kit costs $25.00 to manufacture and can last 2 years when taken good care of.

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My life has been defined by a constant contributor, a driving force that compels me to give on a daily basis. It has led me to the most magnificent continent on the planet, Africa, and specifically to a place that has captured my heart—Rwanda. Rwanda, with its breathtaking landscapes and vibrant culture, is a nation that has endured immense challenges and yet emerged with resilience and hope. It is a country that has taught me the true essence of giving, and I have been fortunate enough to witness the transformative power of my contributions. In Rwanda, I have encountered individuals and communities that have touched my soul in ways unimaginable. The people, despite their hardships, have a spirit of gratitude and an unwavering determination to make the most of what they have. They have shown me that wealth is not measured by material possessions, but by the impact we make on the lives of others. Every day, I strive to ensure that my contributions reach fertile ground, where they can manifest as positive change. I have witnessed firsthand the incredible transformations that can occur when resources are channeled into the right places. From supporting education programs to healthcare initiatives, every act of giving has the potential to create a ripple effect that extends far beyond what I could have ever envisioned. The most remarkable thing about this journey of giving is that it blesses me in ways I never anticipated. While one would assume that the recipients of my gifts are the ones who benefit the most, it is I who receive the greatest blessings. The smiles on the faces of those I have helped, the stories of personal triumph, and the gratitude extended to me—it fills my heart with joy and gratitude. Sure, I may provide tangible resources, but the intangible rewards I reap are immeasurable. Each act of giving deepens my connection to humanity, reminding me of our shared struggles and the potential we possess to uplift one another. In Rwanda, I have discovered the true purpose of my life—to give and to receive, to be a catalyst for positive change, and to foster a world where compassion and generosity are the guiding principles. So, as I continue to embark on this journey of giving, I am humbled and inspired by the people of Rwanda. They have taught me that the true measure of wealth lies not in what we accumulate for ourselves but in what we give to others. And in doing so, we create a world where the blessings we receive are multiplied tenfold, enriching our souls and illuminating the path towards a brighter future for all.