Yes, you CAN do something to fight period poverty (inability to purchase menstrual products), which causes women to choose between food and hygiene, or stay home from work or school.
We can change this! Sign Period Project’s Manifesto! https://actionnetwork.org/petitions/endperiodpoverty
Nadya Okamoto founded the nonprofit Period—a youth-led “menstrual movement” dedicated to improving access to period products—when she was still in high school. And today the 21-year-old is announcing a new yearlong campaign to tackle the issue of period poverty. (Read more on on Self.com at https://www.self.com/story/nadya-okamoto-national-period-day-campaign)