It was really time for action: MH Day 2019 has seen huge impact!

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In 2018, 310 organizations educated 27.2 million girls across 134 countries. Projections for 2019 are even more exciting: Participating organizations committed to educate a total of 41.4 million girls all over the world. This is a year-to-year increase of 52%!

First success stories (more to follow):

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Watch the MH Day 2019 Highlight Video!

What is needed to create a world in which women and girls are no longer limited by their periods? People from all over the world gave their answers, showing that together we can call for action on MHM!

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A strong partnership:

MH Day is powered by more than 530 MH Day partner organizations who drive advocacy and action for MHM all around the world.

We thank the following key partners and supporters for helping to make MH Day happen:

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About MH Day

Menstrual Hygiene Day (MH Day) is a global platform that brings together non-profits, government agencies, individuals, the private sector and the media to catalyze advocacy and action towards a world where women and girls are no longer limited because of their periods.

The MH Day partnership

MH Day is powered by more than 530 organizations from all around the world across a wide range of sectors united by the commitment to accelerate progress on MHM.

MHM and the SDGs

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

MHM and human rights

“Understanding menstrual hygiene management and human rights” is a practictioner’s guide on the interlinkages between MHM and human rights by Human Rights Watch and WASH United.

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The latest on MHM

MHM in the news, conference announcements and much more…

The Period Posse: Autumn 2019 Webinar Series

Columbia University’s Mailman School of Public Health has released an exciting programme of webinars for autumn 2019 that will see MHM experts discuss a variety of key emerging issues. The topics that will be covered in The Period Posse Presents series include updated...

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African Coalition for MHM – MH Day 2019 Summary Report

On MH Day 2019 the African Coalition for MHM hosted a panel discussion under the question: What has changed in menstrual hygiene management in Africa? It was attended by First Lady of Kwale County H.E. Christine Ndegwa, Member of Parliament in Zimbabwe Hon. Priscilla...

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