Madami is a social innovation agency specializing in gender, female and menstrual health.
We offer strategic consulting services, delivers social impact projects and tools, and provides a global learning and networking platform (still the Menstrual Health Hub!). This transformation will see us evolve from a collective impact nonprofit to a social business.
In May we started hosting office hours for entrepreneurs and innovators designing or creating innovative, market-based solutions to address women* and girls unmet health needs across the lifecycle.
If you have an existing menstrual health or female health idea you want to catalyse or a business you want to scale, we would be happy to get to know you better and provide any support/direction on your entrepreneurial journey.
Starting soon, we will be launching a Madami Memo to share a broader array of consumer insights from the world of female health. If you love our Menstrual Memo, you'll love our fresh new voice and expert insights!
Currently, nothing at all! All that has changed is that we are expanding our mission and scope of work. The Menstrual Health Hub will continue to live on as our Community Platform focused on knowledge and networking across the menstrual health space. And it's getting a TOTAL MAKEOVER and relaunch as of September 2021. Stay tuned!
900+ organizations & going STRONG!
With 52,000 views to date, the Menstrual Map is the still most comprehensive overview of who is doing what, where, around menstrual health and periods, worldwide!
*We use the word female to denote the sex that can bear offspring or produce eggs, distinguished biologically by the production of gametes (ova). At the MH Hub, the term 'female health' is used to capture the experiences related to the presence of the menstrual cycle and the specific health issues an individual may face over their life cycle as a result. We recognize that not all women menstruate, and not all who menstruate identify with being a woman, and strongly advocate for the inclusion of diverse voices, identities and bodies in discussions around female and menstrual health.