Help eradicate period poverty.

Our goal is to empower underprivileged women through provision of menstrual health education and access to sustainable eco-friendly period products.

Let's de-stigmatise menstruation.

At Flo Haven, we believe that every girl deserves education, equality and dignity.

Safe menstrual products one girl at a time.

Menstrual buddy

₦ 0 raised of ₦ 500,000.00

Borehole Project

₦ 0 raised of ₦ 500,000.00

Our mandate so far!

About 25 million girls in Nigeria experience period poverty during their menstruating years. We at Flo Haven believe that every girl in Nigeria should have access to safe and sustainable menstrual products regardless of their economic background. This year, we aim to distribute 5,000 menstrual kits to our communities. We have had successful outreaches and distribution of these menstrual kits within our first year, and for our second, going forward we want to take the numbers higher and higher, we can’t do this alone but collectively with your help we can achieve this goal and attain even greater heights in the coming year.

Current menstrual kit goal


Menstrual kits distributed


Donate Now

How we hope to achieve our goals

With your kind and generous donations, commendable efforts of our volunteers and actionable plans all year round we believe we can fully eradicate period poverty through our continuance of providing sustainable, safe period products and by promoting menstrual health education and hygiene in line with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.

We hope to see a near future where safe period products and menstrual health education and hygiene are easily obtained, and menstruators are empowered. Support from all areas of the globe is highly appreciative and necessary to help achieve our goal.

Good health & well-being

During our community outreaches, we love to talk about the positive effects a healthy diet can bring during menstruation. We discuss the food groups that help ease cramps, rid headaches, keep energy levels up, and of course, satisfy those monthly period cravings. As we love to teach our younger audiences, food is a big part of the period healing process.

Sustainable Distribution

We at Flo Haven aim to provide chemical and plastic-free menstrual products to the girls and women we distribute to. We believe in sustainability and want to encourage this practice with everyone. Within our menstrual kits, you will find biodegradable, organic pads, liners, period relief patches, deodorants, and a menstrual cup. We want to see a sustainable future and improve the social and environmental well-being of the community.

Quality Education

Period poverty expands beyond affordability; it is also about the inaccessibility of menstrual health education. Where many places may provide sexual health classes within their schools or have a general openness towards periods, this reality is non-existent in Nigeria. Menstruation is still thought of as a taboo subject to discuss freely, and therefore, not a priority. We want to change this outlook.

Hope & Love

Flo Haven is a play on the word ‘love.’ We want to spread love in our adopted communities, making sure that we are encouraging positive conversations about menstrual health and hygiene.


Our Achievements

Since we began our initiative in September 2020, we have achieved the following:

  • We organised an outreach at the Surulere Girls Secondary School, Lagos state where we provided menstrual kits as well as menstrual health education to 200+ girls.
  • We have adopted the Agege Community in Lagos state. Within this community, we consistently reach out to underprivileged girls and women, and provide them with menstrual health education and menstrual kits.
  • Following our interaction with the girls and women from the Agege community, we realised that the challenges they face are beyond just access to menstrual products, but in addition: easy access to clean water. As such, we are in the process of raising funds to develop a borehole in this community.

Whilst we are proud of the impact we have made and plan to make, there is still so much to be done to eradicate period poverty in Nigeria. We cannot do it alone, as it is popularly said, it takes a whole village. We need your support and donations to achieve our goal of eradicating period poverty in Nigeria.


Our partners


Our Stories

11 Dec, 2022

21 Nov, 2022

Our Newsletter