In resource poor settings, the complications and factors that accompany menstruation in young women have been understudied. Also noted is search for a deeper understanding into the efficacy of existing menstruation sanitary products in rural settings. Research on menstrual management options that are practical, affordable and culturally acceptable is therefore needed. To this end, in February, 2013, Imbako Public Health in collaboration with the Jamii foundation commenced a reproductive health research project on menstruation management of young women resident in rural Kenya. The goals of this research project are, within young women in rural Kenya, to: (1) analyze the current awareness of reproductive health, (2) to evaluate the issue of hygiene, sanitation and adequacy of existing menstruation product accessibility and affordability, (3) to introduce and investigate the utilization of re-usable cloth sanitary pads. To initiate the project, Imbako and Jamii organized a three day reproductive health workshop in Kitale, Kenya titled “A hygiene promotion and reproductive health workshop”. The workshop participants were taught about reproductive health in an age appropriate environment, and then trained on how to create re-usable cloth pads that would allow them to properly manage their monthly periods. Workshop sessions held were tailored to the cadre of various members of the community invited including but not limited to midwives, community health workers, elementary and high school students. Surveys and data collection were built into the program conducted during these workshops. Consequently, in June, 2013 Imbako Public Health, held a follow up reproductive health workshop at Surungai Primary school.