Days for Girls reaches further

Local group has been kept busy with orders.

Back, Hayley Trudgeon and Kate Anderson (Walgett), front, Ros Hall and Jess Stokes at a Days for Girls sewing session at the Anglican Church hall in Narrabri on Saturday, April 8.

The Narrabri Days for Girls initiative has been a success since it started - and now it is taking that to the next level.
The group, which provides largely home-made sanitary products to women and girls in developing countries, has recently completed 80 kits which will be sent to high school students in Tanzania.
The distribution is being organised by Sunshine Coast couple Rae-lee and Gavin Curtis - Rae-lee Curtis is a cousin of Narrabri Days for Girls
organiser Donna Brennan.
The Curtis’ have lived in Tanzania and are now working back in Australia to raise awareness of issues there.
“I am so thankful to Donna and the Days for Girls Group in Narrabri for helping out the girls in Tanzania,” Mrs Curtis said.
Mrs Brennan said another international project was now in the pipeline.
She recently met up with a representative of Australian Doctors International who was in Narrabri for a function.