Pad-Up Creations Limited is an award winning and a worldleading producer of washable and reusable sanitary pads. As a social company, we are motivated to give sustainable solutions to the menstrual problems faced by girls and women, especially those in rural and low income communities.
Our products are 100% chemical free, body friendly, affordable and durable. With 232 permanent jobs created from this ingenuity, we have distributed over 3.7 million kits across 18 countries.
The company produce Nigeria’s first certified washable and reusable sanitary. The products won the 2021 African quality achievement award for reusable pads.
In November, 2018, in a bid to respond to our increasing purchase order, we expanded our production unit to Zone C49 Farm Centre, Minna, Niger state Nigeria. A facility that can accommodate 200 people in one sitting.
Our mission is to deliver innovative sanitary solutions leveraging on skilled and motivated Workforce, with leading edge in technology and research to enhance customers’ value for their money
Our Vision is to be among the 5 world leading organizations manufacturing women sanitary wares in 5 years- Vision 5’ in 5’.
To all Pad-Up customers WE are committed to:
- Always responding timely to their needs
- Ensuring quality products.
- Providing competitive pricing of our products and services.
- Providing customised solutions.
MEET OUR CEO
Olivia Onyemaobi is a social entrepreneur and health advocate with focus on girls/women's reproductive/sexual health. She is the founder of Pad-Up Creations Limited, a social company in Nigeria that produce Nigeria’s first certified reusable sanitary pads as a sustainable solution for rural and low income girls/women. She studied business and entrepreneurship at University of Notre Dame, Indiana, USA. She also has an M.Sc. in Business Administration and currently a Ph.D. student in business administration at Texila American University, Guyana.
She was a 2016 Tony Elumelu Entrepreneur, 2016 Woman of the year by Radiant health Magazine, 2018 British council “grow it” grant awardee, 2018 Global pitch crowd vote winner, 2018 Mandela Washington Fellow, 2018 most impactful entrepreneur of the year by Tony Elumelu foundation, 2019 Act foundation change innovator, 2019 Oxfam work-in – progress recipient, 2019 entrepreneur of the year by Feeni, 2021 Acumen fellow, 2021 Oxfam green impact grant awardee, 2021 Next Health Accelerator grant awardee, 2021 Challenge for youth employment awardee by the Netherland ministry of foreign affairs, 2021 Roddenberry foundation grant awardee, 2021 Women entrepreneur for Africa grant awardee.
She has 7 publications (both fiction and inspirational) with over 8 years experience working with Unity Bank PLC.
She is happily married with 3 children Michael, Michelle and Melvin.
Her basic motivation is to launch creativity, offer quality and value added product to consumers, improve people’s livelihood and give back to the society.