"Girls are one of the most powerful forces for change in the world: When their rights are recognized, their needs are met, and their voices are heard, they drive positive change in their families, their communities, and the world.” – Kathy Calvin, United Nations Foundation President & CEO"

Good afternoon great people, gathered herein to worship God Almighty.
A few minutes ago I spoke to you about the call of God. Having received Jesus Christ as personal Lord and Savior, I received the call of ministry at a the tender age of 16. For 25 years I have know nothing but preaching and teaching the Kingdom of God through Jesus Christ.
Apostle Pride Sibiya With Representatives from Population Services International, backed by the Swedish Embassy
When I, first, got the call my whole imaginative instinct pointed me to filling auditoriums with people and preaching, casting out demons and in summary call people to the saving knowledge of the Lord Jesus Christ.
By Apostle Pride Sibiya

When I later grew up I understood that ministry goes beyond being "just heavenly minded earthly useless!" While calling people to the higher plane of life I still had and have the mandate and privilege to be socially relevant by serving the local and international community.
One of the greatest ways to serve and worship is by upholding the health of the girl-child especially through their God-given gift of life called the menstrual cycle.
After Apostle explained, the brothers took up the duty to dish the pads to their sisters as we demystified the period

It can be noted that:
1.Many girls fail to buy menstrual hygiene products because of prohibitive costs

2. Many girls stay from public gatherings including school for at least 7 days a month because of stigma and bullying especially by male counterparts.

3. Many girls still use unhygienic and health-threatening ways of collecting menstrual blood like cloths, cow-dung, tissue papers, et. al

This exposes the whole human family to a whole lot of health challenges apart from dehumanizing the girl-child. This, for example, we are calling for:
Apostle and mama pose for pictures with happy sisters
1. Government and it's arms to see to it that products of menstrual health are in the short-term made both available and affordable. The long term ultimate vision is to make them free of charge.

2. Call on all males to refrain from patriarchy, stigmatization of the period and bullying

3. A few days per month be allowed for women especially those who experience extreme heavy bleeding and pain that goes with the period.

I want to thank the Population Services International for giving out this light and having me as an ambassador, the Swedish Embassy for funding menstrual health aspects, Glory Ministries for supporting my work as ambassador, Women Of Valour for financial support, my wife Anna Tendai and our three girls. Much appreciated.

With this I say, I all we love you our daughters.

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