We’re working together with non-profit partners who package our watch with menstrual hygiene products and in-person education so that girls have everything they need to stay in school and to learn about their body. Each purchase you make contributes to our efforts to get the watch to women who need it but can’t afford it. There are over 300M women who don’t have access to mobile internet, and our vision is that with a tool to track their menstrual cycles, we can eliminate the barrier that periods present for those in low-resource communities.
Non-profit partners who package our watch with menstrual hygiene products
The story begins with Sarah’s Grandma, Rosaleen Imelda (that's where the name IMMI came from) Clearkin, who moved over to Liverpool, England, from Ireland at the age of 18 to train as a midwife. She was one of 8 children in her family, and the only one who was able to continue her education past age 14. In-between raising 5 children and working full time, she engaged in pioneering research and education around menstruation and natural family planning. Sarah spent 7 years working in the Philanthropic sector in South East Asia and during this time, she saw the issue of women not knowing about their menstrual cycles and the consequences this has. So many people have helped to make IMMI a reality, including Tania Wu, Aimee Cheung, Libby Brown, Anusha Sugunasabesan, Melanie Hughes, Kelechi Uzoho, Ally Thomson, Isabella Cantu, Alice Mourou, all of the crowdfunding supporters, my mum, sisters, family and honestly, about 100 others who've so kindly given their time and energy to turn this vision into reality.
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