This project sought to explore options for Technology for Tomorrow, Ltd. to expand access of their sanitary napkins product, MakaPad, to local women in Uganda. At present, approximately 95% of Technology for Tomorrow, Ltd.’s MakaPad supply goes to the United Nations, where it is then redistributed for use in refugee camps, primarily in east African countries. This both introduces significant risks for the company and restricts the supply of MakaPads available to be sold locally in Uganda, which was one of the original goals of the product. The practicum team consisting of Meredith Reisfield and Kendra Moffet along with Jenna White travelled to Uganda to develop a list of possible strategic options for the company and prioritize these options according to their potential cost and impact in consultation with the Technology for Tomorrow leadership. The team developed an implementation plan for the most promising of these strategies and discussed next steps needed for Technology for Tomorrow, including capabilities needed to implement solutions, potential support from the University of Michigan and other outside sources, as well as remaining issues and potential challenges the company faces.