Esperanza High School’s Medical Sciences Academy and Health Occupation Students of America (HOSA) Club recently did a service-learning project called “Days for Girls,” which reaches young women globally. Students helped make sanitary napkins for women in 3rd world countries so they could continue to do their daily activities and go to school while on their menstrual cycles. This project was well received and took place in December.
The school shared the following about the project: “Thank you all for your hard work! Our Days for Girls service-learning project was beyond successful. We would like to give great thanks to Bonnie Manker for giving us the opportunity to work alongside her in making sanitary napkins for young women in third world countries.”
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