In developing countries like Pakistan, girls often lack knowledge about their own sexual health and menstrual hygiene, which can lead to infection, fertility issues, and unintended pregnancies. Limited education and healthcare can worsen this problem, and entrenched stigmas around women’s health prevent many patients from getting honest, accurate answers.
Raaji equips girls with knowledge and resources to understand effective birth control methods, manage menstrual health, and prevent sexually transmitted infections. Raaji users are always anonymous, with no sign-in or contact information required, even as the chatbot continues to learn from them.
The AI-powered chatbot can also connect users with human support—often from female healthcare providers—in cases of emergency, or simply for a more empathetic ear. A recent survey found that a majority of Raaji patients were able to overcome a sense of shame, understand the qualities of a healthy period, and begin properly using sterile sanitary products.