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Dr. Sadia Ali, M.D

Founder and Medical Director of Aurora Primary Care for Women has partnered with Girlish Social Mission Inc. to tackle Period Poverty.

700 N Hiatus Rd Suite 213 Pembroke Pines, FL 33026



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  • Education

    Knowledge sharing between organizations, within communities, should include menstruators in the conversation and provide education without shame or stigma.

  • Community

    We want to partner with you! Menstruators need the backing of their local governments to provide passable infrastructure as well as access to affordable menstrual products.

  • Giving Back

    We are dedicated to educating menstruators, and providing necessary products, and support to people and their communities.

Girlish Social Mission Founder: Chade' Lopez

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We are committed to our local communities and strive to become a focal point for menstrual education. #PeriodPositive

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Girlish Social Mission Incorporated

Join the #PeriodPositive movement. Let's help end period poverty together! Email to find out how you can become a volunteer

  • Period Poverty

    Not so fun fact: Globally, an estimated 500 million people who menstruate lack access to menstrual products and hygiene facilities. However, right here in the U.S., there are approximately 16.9 million people who experience periods living in poverty.

  • The Facts Matter

    Here's another not so fun fact: Research shows that 2/3 of women in the United States with a low income can't afford menstrual products.

  • The More You Know

    There are an estimated 16.9 million people who menstruate living in poverty in the United States. A study involving college-aged individuals who menstruate reported that 14.2% had experienced period poverty in the past year. An additional 10.0% experienced it every month.

  • Let's Work Together

    What contributes to period poverty? Period poverty mostly occurs because of having a low income. If you're only earning enough money to choose between food and heating, then period products quickly slip down the list of priorities.