What Makes Us Unique?
9.7 million pads
across 22 Countries
floor that enables
97% timely delivery
for quick action in times
Recognized & awarded
by the government
Who We Are?
Unipads is a leading manufacturer & global supplier of reusable cloth pads, undergarments, and period panties that reaches the remote corners of the world. Powered by a team of 340 women workforce, a digital factory that enables end-to-end traceability, and an experienced team that facilitates quick export of these products, we boast a 97% timely delivery rate.
Our network spreads across 22 countries where we have long-standing trade relations with our clients. With the help of this network, we have shipped over 9.7 million pads to calamity-stricken regions and remote sections of the world. To accommodate every urgent situation, we prepare and set aside an inventory of our stock that can be ready to be shipped at a moment’s notice.
Our state-of-the-art manufacturing unit situated in a village in Gujarat has provided new employment opportunities, especially for women. The sum total of our social enterprise, Unipads, meets 7 Sustainable Development Goals and helps women create healthy & sustainable livelihoods for themselves.
Campaigns For Change
Women working in the food industry have to give up 21% of their monthly income due to age-old taboos and stigmas associated with menstruation.
Unipads decided to take a stand for women and campaign against this taboo that costs them their livelihood. This is the genesis of Adeli - a journey that challenges taboos, sparks conversation, and empowers women in India.
Painting A Different
According to the Unicef reports, 71% of rural girls are not aware of menstruation during their first period.
Such lack of information is the cause of grave issues like mental trauma, and unhygienic methods for managing periods.
With the help of our extensive Kalyani network (MHM Educators & Unipads Distributors across rural India), we organized a state-wide painting competition for adolescent girls on the topic of empowering women by improvising menstrual health and eradicating myths and social stigma.