The Lagos branch, in collaboration with the Pad Project Drive, organized an outreach event at The Ambassador College in Oju Ore, Ota, Ogun State.
During the outreach, 350 Diva pads were distributed to 175 girls, and 100 Menstrual Trackers were randomly given out. Additionally, as gifts, 1 Pad Bank and 10 Body Sprays were provided to those who answered questions.
The Pad Project Drive segment began with Mr. Segun introducing both foundations to the girls, followed by the First Talk. During the talk, the issue of period stigma experienced by women in society was addressed by Mr. Segun. Miss Elizabeth from The Pad Project then spoke about approaching puberty, providing information to help the girls build self-esteem and confidence as females.
The Lagos region leader of Naza Agape Foundation also had a session where she educated the girls about Period and Personal Hygiene, discussing the importance of maintaining good hygiene. She also conducted a question and answer session, rewarding students who answered her questions correctly with gifts.
The Pad Bank was presented to one of the teachers and the Head girl of the school, and numerous pictures and videos were taken to capture the moments with the teachers, students, and volunteers. Certificates were given to the volunteers to recognize their efforts in the event, and more pictures were taken to preserve the memories of the day.