Wing Woman Lebanon

The miracle moment

How we started..

The idea of WingWoman Lebanon was conceived at a social sewing club for women in Lebanon’s Chatila refugee camp during the COVID-19 confinement. Many of these women were dismissed for lacking employable skills, but in truth their potential was simply being overlooked. They were, and continue to be driven, ambitious and enterprising. In parallel, the economic crisis in Lebanon continued to worsen, causing a rise in period poverty as safe and high-quality period products became too expensive.
Our Products enable your Organisation to:
Reduce Period Poverty

Provide a long-term solution for managing periods

Support Livelihoods

Of those living in vulnerable communities in Lebanon

Reduce Waste

1 pack of reusable pads prevents around 790 disposable pads from reaching landfill

Save money and time

Buying and distributing essential items

Let's take a closer look


Different sizes

We have got you covered - from your lightest to your heaviest days! Our pad packs include a mix of small, medium, and large pads.


Each pad is made up of 4 layers:
1. Super absorbent, soft and non staining fleece (60%cotton, 40% polyester) with colourful cotton (100%) edges
2, Another absorbent layer of the fleece material
3. Nylon (100%) for protection against leaks
4. Colourful cotton (100%) outer layer

Add Fun

The pads come in a range of fun colors

How to wash our Reusable Pads?

Why reusable period pads?

Period poverty now affects 76% of those who menstruate in Lebanon.

Those in refugee and migrant communities are disproportionately affected. Increasingly, however, women in the wider Lebanese communities are also suffering. Studies have shown that period poverty can lead to mental and physical health problems and the issue is contributing to reduced school attendance and rising unemployment in women. Worldwide, girls are currently missing between 10 and 20% of school because of their periods.

Our goal of providing decent work opportunities for women alongside affordable access to sustainable hygiene items guided us towards reusable period pad production.

To read more about period poverty click here.