About Us

Integrity | Respect | Caring | Diversity & Inclusion | Leadership

QueenPads is a locally owned social enterprise established in July of 2018 in Port Moresby,
National Capital District, Papua New Guinea and registered under the Investment Promotion
Authority in 2019. The enterprise ‘Cares for Menstruating individuals’ needs’ hence focuses on
addressing the social challenges under Menstrual Health & Hygiene faced by almost 60%
menstruating women and girls in Papua New Guinea, while creating job opportunities.



To ignite care and respect for the special day’s needs and the environment, while normalizing menstrual conversation


To become PNG’s first and best choice Manufacturing Company of reusable sanitary products, to be an organization of choice for employment and a leader in the Menstrual Health space in Papua New Guinea.

Founders Message

Greetings to you, and thank you for coming on site here to learn about Queenpads. I am honoured to lead a great team of passionate individuals who are the driving force of our organization’s impact and growth.

From a personal silent need, searching for solutions to now a fully operational organization that is meeting silent needs of thousands of menstruating individuals in Papua New Guinea through our main product Queenpads, other ecofriendly hygiene products, and advocacy & awareness programs.

I wish to thank our key delivery partner Sir Brian Bell Foundation, retail and distribution partner CPL Foundation,
other partners, collaborators, groups, and individuals who supports our cause to address the challenges faced by
menstruating individuals.

We are building a strong passionate and dedicated team while driving core values and ensuring a safe environment to
normalize menstrual conversations, forge strong partnerships and programs with a focus to create long term social and green impact in the Country.

Impact and change is a result of good partnerships and a happy healthy team.

Feel free to join our programs, and together lets continue to ensure all menstruating individuals needs are

Anne-Shirley Korave