Seattle Limbe Sister City Association (SLSCA) collaborates with private citizens, municipal officials and business leaders to conduct long-term programs of mutual benefit. Since 2015, SLSCA has organized a multicultural group of people from throughout the Seattle community, intentionally dismantling artificial barriers of race, ethnicity, religion, age sexual orientation, etc. A multi-ethnic, cross-cultural group of more that 250 people (women, men and children) come together at 3 sites each month as Seattle Limbe Sewing Circle to create reusable feminine hygiene kits for girls in Cameroon. The site locations are First AME Church in Seattle's Central District, Congregation Beth Shalom in North Seattle and Baitul Ehsaan Mosque in Monroe, WA. A delegation of SLSCA members has traveled to Cameroon to deliver the kits to schools in various villages and trained women in Cameroon to create the kits. In addition, SLSCA is working with the Limbe city government officials and Rotary club to develop sustainable water at 2 of the high schools in Limbe, Cameroon.