MH Hub’s Inner Circle

Impact partners

The MH Hub Inner Circle


Whether investors, social entrepreneurs or NGOs, these small, GAME-CHANGING PLAYERS in the field hold COLLABORATION at the core of their principles and have demonstrated an incredible sense of COMMITMENT to making menstrual health a priority in the race towards gender equity. 

We are grateful for our Inner Circle PARTNERSHIPS with:

Period Pioneer - MH Hub Core Funder

The Case for Her is an innovative funding collaborative investing in early stage markets within women’s and girls health.

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Menstrual Mover - Impact Partner

Period Aisle is a women-owned social mission driven business based in Vancouver, Canada whose goal is to help people have more positive and informed experiences of their period, and by extension, their bodies overall.

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Menstrual Mover - Impact Partner

Since its start in 2003, Diva International Inc., maker of the DivaCup, has supported those in need with menstrual care products, financial gifts, in kind marketing support and advocacy. In 2019 they launched the DivaCares, a social impact program is committed to advancing the menstrual equity movement through key pillars of Education, Advocacy and Access.

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Menstrual Mover - Impact Partner

Days for Girls (DfG) is a global movement that prepares and distributes sustainable menstrual health solutions to girls who would otherwise miss school during their monthly periods.

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WoMena is a young, NGO consisting of Public Health, Anthropology, Development and Sociology professionals who are passionate about addressing social issues in Africa related to menstrual health management.

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AFRIpads is the leading manufacture and largest commercial supplier across Africa of reusable sanitary pads. To date, they have provided over 3.5 million women and girls across 30 countries with a sustainable solution for managing their periods.

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Femme International works to break the period taboo by educating, engaging communities in conversations, and providing access to sustainable menstrual products in East Africa.

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