Days for Girls
Below you can see listed all of the Breeders registered with the Purebred Sheep Breeders Association of Nova Scotia who breed Days for Girls.

A Partnership in Caring Volunteers visit Mbuga Health Centre

On Thursday, A Partnership in Caring Society volunteers Carolyn Rideout and Maria van Vonderen visited the Mbuga Health Center, The center provides a number of programs including pre natal care, delivery and post natal care, immunization, minor surgeries, TB and HIV services, nutritional support programmes , General assessments and referrals to district hospitals , education focused on healthy sexual development, and voluntary circumcision for boys over age 15.

In 2018 A Partnership in Caring Society purchased a delivery bed seen in the photos below. We are joined by Sister Drocelle , a midwife who is also the director of the Center.

Sixty Days For Girls Kits, 25 pairs of glasses, bottles of children’s Motrin and Tylenol were also delivered.

A Partnership in Caring Society Delivers Days for Girls Kits for Mbuga Health Centre

Maria van Vonderen, a volunteer with a Partnership In Caring Society explains the use of the Days For Girls Kits to Sister Marie Drocelle from the Mbuga Health Center in Rwanda.
Sister Drocelle is a Benebikira Sister and a Registered Nurse who counsels young women between the ages of 15 and 20 on reproductive health matters.
The kits include reusable flannel pads, a protective liner, facecloth and soap, 2 pair of underwear and a cycle calendar. These kits are made by volunteers for Days for Girls.
For more information about the kits please go to
To make a donation to A Partnership In Caring Society please go to their website at


Maria van Vonderen explains the Days for Girls kits to Sister Drocelle