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KGI champion the rights of children to have access to quality education, healthcare, security, and basic essential to thrive. This initiative serves to locate resources that will help promote resilience among underprivileged children and families in need. We partnered with organizations like OIM Ghana to raise funds to provide educational support, basic essentials, non-clinical support groups, etc. If you would like to sponsor a child or donate necessary items from the wishlist, click the link below. 


There is an estimated 16.9 million women facing menstrual poverty. 2 of 3 girls avoid attending school because of lack of access and education. Inadequate access to menstrual hygiene tools and education, including but not limited to sanitary products, washing facilities, and waste management affects the mental health of young girls and women.  Through education and advocacy, KGI aims to end period poverty by helping to improve access to hygiene facilities and products, reducing stigma and shame, and encouraging education about menstruation. If you would like to support the cause with a donation, click the link below.


Access to menstrual products is a right, and feeling clean, confident, and capable during one’s period is a necessity. We can all work toward menstrual equity, and the opportunities are boundless.  Changing the Cycle: Period Poverty as a Public Health Crisis (




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