The managing director and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Sincerely Ghana Limited producers and marketers of Sincerely Sanitary Pads, Mrs Menaye Donkor Muntari has donated 2000 pieces of ‘Sincerely Menaye’ sanitary pads to the vulnerable women in the country, particularly female head-porters, popularly known as Kayayei. The gesture, according to Mrs Muntari, was in response to the national call to individuals and organizations to help the vulnerable in the society to withstand the the crises endangered by COVID-19 pandemic.
The donation was made through the Ministry of Gender, Children and Social Protection at a short ceremony at the Sincerely Ghana Limited warehouse, East Legon Accra on Saturday, 4th April 2020. Miss Universe 2017, Ruth Quashie on behalf of Mrs Muntari presented the items to Senior Minister, Cynthia Morrison. In a brief remark, delivered by Ms Quashie, Mrs Muntari said she believes in women empowerment; adding that their sanitary is important to her.
Mrs Muntari who is Miss Universe 2004, and also the current director of the Miss Universe said in her remark, the 2000 sanitary pads are meant to empower the vulnerable women and make them feel confident in themselves in these times of the crises. She pointed out that, her Sincerely by Menaye sanitary pads, was established to create quality sanitary pads, complimented by sincere menstrual health hygiene education throughout Ghana.