Here's the $3 Billion Blindspot that VCs Miss

SHE28 by the Numbers - Q2 2016 impact

Ganja versus game-changing growth!

Johnson & Johnson and SHE partner in Rwanda to Help Girls and Women
Monthly deliveries of Cannabis products?  On-demand set-up of personal Karaoke parties?  For many, including top venture capital firms, this is what technology means. What about you?  For us at SHE, we invest in technology to expand the capacity of our hardware, i.e. our production process. In partnership with Johnson & Johnson (explained in the video above), SHE is going back to the basics of technology by revamping the production process to further improve the quality of our product and maximize our production rate.  The result?  SHE Rwanda will make 10x more products from 1,000 to 10,000 units per day.  

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What's a $3 Billion Dollar Blind Spot?

When swimmer Fu Yuanhui schooled the global community about swimming on your period, the gold medal count took a back seat for once in the Olympics. Telling how it is should not be a big deal, and it's why we engage men and boys so that they don't miss the blind spot that affects only half of the world's population. 

While investing in the overlooked and taboo is a huge social blind spot, it's also an economic blind spot of US $3 Billion. VCs may have missed out, but you and our partners in Rwanda haven't. One way we sparked attention of this billion-dollar opportunity was at our "SHE-Olympics," i.e., our all-girl soccer tournament in May in celebration of Menstrual Hygiene Day. Check out why the crowds came out to see what girls can do with our go! pads. Read More
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New York Times features our Ngoma production team
#climbforSHE in 2017 - Your Next Adventure is Waiting

Last year, our climb team reached the Kilimanjaro summit and raised $51K for 6,000 girls in Rwanda. Now it's your turn! We are forming a new climb team, and giving you a chance to climb Mt. Kilimanjaro. Want to know more? Check out our blog 
SHE is 2016 Buckminster Fuller Challenge semifinalist
Solving Humanity's Most Pressing Challenges

SHE has been short-listed as a semi-finalist for the prestigious 2016 Buckminster Fuller Challenge, an international design prize for bold and effective solutions to some of the world's most pressing problems. SHE has a chance of winning a $100,000 award prize to expand SHE28 into new geographies. 

New York Times features our Ngoma production team
SHE Transforms Business 

The Financial Times, the International Finance Council, and the World Bank recognized the global potential for scale and impact of SHE28 at the 3rd Annual Transformational Business Awards. SHE was short-listed as a finalist for the highly competitive award that highlights ground-breaking, commercially viable solutions to today's development challenges.
SHE is a 2015 Tech Awards Finalist
Why I Volunteer - Sam Schulman

Learn how Sam & her team at the global branding agency Interbrand applied their expertise to support the growth of SHE Global brand. Read more

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