On Monday, April 8 and Wednesday, April 10 Sacred Heart is hosting the fourth annual Project Ensonga. Project Ensonga is an organization that sews and organizes kits for girls in Uganda to use for their periods. When girls in Uganda enter high school, many, unfortunately, are forced to drop out when they don't have the proper sanitary resources to use. However, Project Ensonga plans on changing this so all girls can use reusable pads and continue with their education. One feminine hygiene kit is reusable for three years. Come to the mansion dining room Monday and Wednesday to help girls in Uganda continue their education.
Reprinted from the Upper School Student Journalism Newsletter, The Cracked Teapot
April 8, 2019
Editors: Cathy Nguyen, Liz Franz, and Jada Brown-Guerra