Rame Cup has joined Taller Salud fight for women's human rights and combat menstrual poverty.

For every menstrual cup sold, Rame Cup will give a mesntrual cup to a woman in need. 

Taller Salud is a community-based feminist organization dedicated to improving women's access to health, reducing violence in community settings, and fostering economic development through education and activism.

Period poverty is the lack of access to sanitary products due to financial constraints, this can be caused by a wide range of life events that negatively impact on a girl or woman's ability to access sanitary products to manage a most intimate and regular occurrence in her life.

•25 million women in the U.S. live in poverty, but food stamps do not cover menstrual products.

•Lack of access to period products may force women to use newspapes, toilet paper, socks, clothes, rags, and even plastic bags.

•1.25 billions women and girls worldwide don't have access to a safe and private toilets.

•526 million women and girls worldwide don't have access to toilets at all.

•In some countries girls engage in transactional sex to pay for menstrual products; this increases their risk of experiencing violence, sexually transmitted infections, and other dangers.

Period Stigma

•In some countries, menstruating women and girls are considered dirty, untouchable, and disgraceful.

•Nearly 1 in 5 American girls have either left school early or skipped school because they did not have access to period products.

•According to the American Medical Women's Association, "In other countries, 2 out of 3 girls avoid school because they haven't been educated about their period"

 If you want to know more about Taller Salud and / or donate to this organization, access this link.