Providing education on Menstrual Health Hygiene(MHM)
Our Menstrual Health Hygiene (MHM) program hosts workshops for girls in rural areas in Sierra Leone, teaching them about menstrual hygiene and providing reusable pads.
Our vision is clear: to end period poverty and educate young adolescence girls on menstrual hygiene, provide sustainable solutions, and create lasting impacts in their communities.
girls impacted through this program
reusable pads distributed
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Sarah Tarawally

Sarah is a passionate and dedicated social scientist with a strong foundation in economics, social work, and event planning. Committed to driving social change and empowering young people, Sarah seeks opportunities to contribute to gender equality, children’s rights, girls’ empowerment, leadership, development, sustainability, innovation, and education.

As a project officer volunteer for Caring for Girls, her work involves organizing educational workshops, coordinating with community stakeholders, and applying for project grants for our Menstrual Health and Hygiene Program. Sarah is currently based in Freetown, Sierra Leone

Sheku Alusine Sesay

Sheku is a dedicated public health officer with 14 years of professional experience. Throughout his career, Sheku has worked with various international non-governmental organizations, making significant contributions to public health initiatives. He is a volunteering as project officer with Caring for Girls, where he brings his extensive experience and passion for public health to the forefront.

In his role as a project officer volunteer, He works closely with community members and stakeholders to ensure that the projects are culturally sensitive and effectively address the needs of the community.  He is based in Makeni, Sierra Leone



Salmadu Gbanyawai

Salmadu joined our team in 2023 as a project officer for our Sexual Reproductive Health(SRHR) program. She is a dedicated medical doctor from the College of Medicine and Allied Health Sciences (COMAHS) in Sierra Leone. She has a strong commitment to improving the health and well-being of individuals in her local communities. 

Salmadu’s passion lies in the field of Sexual and Reproductive Health & Rights (SRHR), and she also has a strong interest in skincare. She is based in Freetown, Sierra Leone.

Alice Koroma
Alice Koroma is the cofounder and operations lead at Caring for Girls, passionate about social impact and designing solutions that create positive impact. Alice has a strong background with 3+ years of experience in technology advancement and in the social enterprise sector. Where she has been working as a support to design experiences that connect people, cultures, and platforms in one of the world’s largest network- Impact Hub. She envisions a world where women have equal access to education, healthcare, and opportunities, driving the success and reach of Caring for Girls globally. 
Based in Arizona, U.S.A., she is pursuing a master’s in Human-Computer Interaction and contributing to the design of a social learning platform connecting skilled professionals across the African continent.
Sinnah Samuella Lamin

Sinnah is the cofounder and program leads at Caring for Girls. With over three years of experience in program design, project management, operations, and curriculum development in the health, education, and entrepreneurship space, Sinnah has developed a strong track record of success in implementing programs that drive positive change. Her expertise includes leading a team of health and roving coaches as a Quality Assurance Associate at moc Healthcare, where she implemented an innovative digital health program aimed at reducing chronic disease in sub-Saharan Africa.

Sinnah’s passion lies in improving health outcomes for marginalized communities. Based in Nairobi, Kenya, she currently serves as a Princeton in Africa Fellow at The International Rescue Committee(IRC)