Njeri Muthaka is making life easy,better and healthier for women for introducing what has been dubbed as the susu cup, a peeing cup that enables women to relieve themselves through a cup.
The cup enables one to pee when standing ,without having to remove your clothes.
She has been campaigning for the cup since last year and according to her the cup is really helpful in preventing urinary tract infections.
“We find it hard to pee in the open even if we can find a thicket to hide. In public toilets we are exposed to infections and while in the open we are exposed to dust, insects and getting pricked.
“We too want to urinate comfortably, whistling without undressing a lot. With it, we can even share urinals with men,” she said in an interview with the Nairobian.
Though seemingly new in the Kenyan market, the Susu Cup, also referred to as a female urination device, female urination aid, or stand-to-pee device (STP) was patented as far back as 1922.