As a project manager of Protect Children’s Rights Trust (PCRT), in 2018 I developed the “Heshima Ya Binti” (Dignity of a Girl) project in order to educating and providing free reusable sanitary pads to rural secondary school girls in Misenyi and Bukoba rural districts, Kagera region in the United Republic of Tanzania. Which mainly targets rural school girls age 15-20 years from classes 9 to 12 (Form one to Form four) in two secondary schools. This project was made possible by the financial support from PCRT’s friends from South Wales and Northern Ireland in the United Kingdom, Canada, Germany, Finland, Sweden, Spain and Tanzania. In 2018 phase 1 supported 203 girls, 2019 phase 2 supported 220 girls. During the time of implementation of Phase 1 and Phase 2, PCRT experienced a lot of learnings in these interventions except that due to financial constrains couldn’t extent the help more girls to wider areas. In 2020 no activities were conducted due to COVID-19. Thus, Phase 3 is proposed to expand to 1000 girls in ten rural secondary schools. The "Heshima Ya Binti" (Dignity of a Girl) project has the aim of: enabling girls to manage their periods comfortably with dignity they deserve, improving their personal hygiene, menstruation management, reduce school dropouts, and to support girls to remain and study at the same rate as boys in rural areas.