Many organizations are now handing out menstrual care kits on their medical trips to make the lives of girls comfortable in the developing countries. Menstrual hygiene is of vital importance for women. But women in developing countries do not have the luxury to lead a safe and hygienic life. That is why they suffer from diseases. Lisa Buchholz of Kansas City is a pharmacist and she travels to developing countries on several medical mission trips.
This fierce lady started the initiative of Rounding up Undies. And it is all about creating menstrual care kits and handing them down to women all across the developing countries. Each menstrual care kit, has three underwear, soap, some pens and a whistle for case of emergency. All these items are in a hand sewn bag, from fabrics that are donated.