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Phone Numbers in Cameroon:
Orange: (+237) 674 19 96 60
MTN: (+237) 695 68 24 95
Address in Cameroon: 
PridePads Africa - Cameroon
P.O. Box 610 Ngaoundere
Adamawa Region Cameroon
Central Africa 
USA Office:
PridePads Africa 
P.O. Box 17453
Boulder, Colorado, 80308

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Frequently asked questions

Can you tell me more about Ngoundere?

Ngoundere is a city located in the Adamawa region in northern Cameroon. It is a Francophone part of the country where people are predominantly Muslim. Adamawa is one of the poorest regions in Cameroon when it comes to infrastructure, sanitation, education and economic development. The people make their living primarily on agriculture, and families tend to be very large with women holding traditional gender roles. PridePads is committed to empowering women through access to menstrual pads, menstrual health education, and staying in school.

Is my donation tax deductible?

Your donation to PridePads Africa is a tax-deductible, as PridePads is a registered 510(c)(3) charity committed to providing access to affordable, biodegradable sanitary pads, menstrual health education and livelihood empowerment for girls and women in Africa.

Can I volunteer?

Volunteer opportunities are available and would be a huge help to PridePads Africa. Please e-mail and include what ways you are interested in volunteering.

How has COVID19 affected PPA?

COVID-19 Closed our Manufacturing Facility in Ngaoundere. 

The factory will be ready to open and continue pad production in December, 2020

How else can I help?

Make a recurring donation.


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Search ‘PridePads’ to select PridePads Inc., Boulder, CO and select PridePads as your charity of choice!

Amazon will then donate 0.5% of eligible purchases to PridePads. No fees, no extra cost.

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