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When men speak to men about menstruation.

Mr. Ikhtiar Khaskhelly President, KRDO taled with them about the role of Male community members as a Father, as a Husband and as a Brother . And men's roles and responsibilities to support good MHM at home.

This Meeting was held on May 29, 2016 with the male community m members of Village Sukhyal Ujjan, Taluka Kotdiji, District Khairpur Mir’s Sindh Pakistan regarding Male Involvement in Menstrual Hygiene Management at Home level. The meeting was organized by the KRDO Pakistan with the help of a local NGO named Young Social Welfare Association (YSWA).

Mr. Ali Dost Ujjan, Mr. Majno Khan Ujjan, Mr. Jan Mohammad Ujjan, and Mr. Mohammad Zamir Korai were taken part in the discussion during the meeting.

The following are some pictures what the men expressed after the trainings.
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When men speak to men about menstruation. 

Mr. Ikhtiar Khaskhelly President, KRDO taled with them about the role of Male community members as a Father, as a Husband and as a Brother . And mens roles and responsibilities to support good MHM at home.

This Meeting was held on May 29, 2016 with the male community m members of Village Sukhyal Ujjan, Taluka Kotdiji, District Khairpur Mir’s Sindh Pakistan regarding Male Involvement in Menstrual Hygiene Management at Home level. The meeting was organized by the KRDO Pakistan with the help of a local NGO named Young Social Welfare Association (YSWA). 

Mr. Ali Dost Ujjan, Mr. Majno Khan Ujjan, Mr. Jan Mohammad Ujjan, and Mr. Mohammad Zamir Korai were taken part in the discussion during the meeting. 

The following are some pictures what the men expressed after the trainings.

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About MH Day

Menstrual Hygiene Day will help to break the silence and build awareness about the fundamental role that good menstrual hygiene management (MHM) plays in enabling women and girls to reach their full potential.

Partnerships

Menstrual Hygiene Day is a global platform for partners across all sectors to engage in action, advocacy and knowledge-sharing around menstrual hygiene management. The MH Day Alliance include NGOs, civil society, social businesses, research organisation, and governments working on MHM.

MHM and the SDGs

Menstruation matters to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). While there is no specific goal or indicator, this infographic shows how MHM is linked to several of the goals. Use and share this infographic to advocate for more attention to MHM.

MHM and human rights

The biological fact of menstruation, the necessity of managing menstruation, and society’s response to them both is linked with women’s and girls’ human rights and gender equality. Read and comment on this draft paper.

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MHM Virtual Conference – Call for Abstracts

The 5th Annual Virtual Menstrual Hygiene Management (MHM) in Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) in Schools (WinS) Conference will focus on the many ways that girls’ voices are being captured and channeled into action on MHM in schools and in their lives more...

MH Day in Bangladesh – Bike Rally in 3 districts

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Uganda’s MH Day celebration on 6 May

MH Day in Uganda was already celebrated on 6th May. It specifically called for fathers to pledge support to their wives, daughters and female members of the family and community. Dr. Yusuf Nsubuga, the Director of Basic Education at the Ministry of Education Science,...

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