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Featured  events from the MH Day movement

18.05. Free screening of Pandora's Box

We are excited to host an online screening of the film “Pandora’s Box” sponsored by The Case For Her and Diva Cares.

The film will be viewable for 24 hours (starting 17th 6 pm) before the panel discussion begins, so please be sure to plan on starting your viewing by 15:30 CEST/9:30 EST on the 18th.

Panel discussion  5:30 pm CET by a 30 min panel discussion with Cristina Ljundberg (The Case for Her & Influence Film), Marni Sommers (Columbia University) and Carinne Chambers-Sainni (Diva International & Diva Cares) moderated by Ina Jurga (WASH United/ MH Day).

The 75 minute documentary Pandora’s Box unmasks the global menstrual inequity, pulling back the veil on centuries of mistreatment. Here we witness the unforgettable stories of girls in Africa, India, and beyond, who lack education and access to period products. From Maasai villages, to Mumbai and on to London, we meet young women who are forced to stay at home from school, or even drop out, merely because they don’t have access to, nor can they afford, menstrual supplies. We also meet women who were once incarcerated in the U.S. prison system, talking about their struggles to menstruate safely while deprived of system, talking about their struggles to menstruate safely while deprived of basic human hygiene.

The documentary also captures the commentary of heroes, innovators, activists and thought leaders. We watch them battle the stigma of menstruation with their mission to educate and change minds and cultural biases.

Want to know more about the film? Watch the trailer below or access the website.

 

Limited registrations for up to 500 participants! After registration, you will receive the link to the screening platform and the Zoom link for the subsequent panel discussion with key experts.  The film will be accessible for 24 hours.

Register here

 

25. - 27.05. Virtual Symposium on Menstrual Health and Hygiene in West and Central Africa

The event is organized by UNICEF, UNFPA and UNESCO within the framework of the French Muskoka partnership.

This event will provide a first regional platform for all stakeholders involved in menstrual health and hygiene in West and Central Africa to showcase their work, to exchange, to learn and to connect with other actors and organizations. We expect this symposium to have strong representation from governments, civil society, the private sector, and adolescents, among other key stakeholders.

More information about the background, objectives, expected results, and proceedings of the virtual conference can be found here:

https://soyonsreglos.com/en/may-2021

https://menstrualhygieneday.org/wca_mhh_symposium/

25.-27.05. Africa Coalition Symposium on Menstrual Health Management

The African Coalition on Menstrual Health Management (ACMHM) and UNFPA East and Southern Africa invites you to the Africa Coalition Symposium on Menstrual Health Management, which will be held virtually from 25 to 27 May 2021.

The event will take on a rights-based approach to menstrual health management and will cover multi-sectoral dimensions that will ultimately contribute to the realization of equal access to sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR), bodily autonomy and gender equality.

The symposium will feature a host of global ground-breaking speakers, dynamic youth leaders, activists, critical thinkers, and creative artists.

Please mark your calendars and save the date.

More information here: https://acmhm.org/2021/04/19/save-the-date-africa-coalition-symposium-on-menstrual-health-management/

28.05. #STUDIOMHDAY


Introducing Studio MH Day!

On 28 May, we are going to host Studio MH Day  again! Stay tuned for updates!

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The event will be conducted in Mtendeli refugee camp, located in North Western Tanzania. The event will be organized by wash partner in collaboration with other implementing partners especially in health, education, camp management, environment, protection and shelters. This will consider this year’s theme and the covid-19 situation. Activities will be depending on guidance that […]

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We hosted a menstrual equity webinar on including transgender and non-binary menstruators in the period space. Our speaker, Madeliene Shaw, is the Co-founder and Director of Partnership and Impact of Aisle (formerly known as Lunapads). We will discuss why it’s essential to dismantle the traditional gendered ideas and language of ‘feminine hygiene’, how trans and […]


On May 29th, Vasikana Project is launching a menstrual health educational book, Menstrupedia Comic Shona Edition a partnership with Menstrupedia and The Sister Accord. Coinciding with the commemoration of World Menstrual Hygiene Day we are running a CAMPAIGN inviting women around the globe to say anything about period menstruation and end with the Statement WE […]


The three thousand pads campaign, is a sustainable development to bridge the gap against access and availability of pads in schools through skill acquisition train women in prison to produce eco reusable pads for 3000 girls in our community schools. Target:3000 pads for 3000 girls Aim: creating livelihood for women geared to ending period poverty. […]


Real Relief, Global Goals World Cup, UNYA Denmark and Safepad have come together to kick off the transnational dialogue about menstrual health and hygiene to celebrate International Menstrual Health Day on 28 May 2021. We are encouraging the dialogue throughout the month of May. As such, we are going to zoom in on the biggest […]


Since 2016, the Santé mobile association and its partners have been celebrating May 28, symbolizing World Menstrual Hygiene Day. This year we have decided that a single day is not enough to cover topics related to menstrual hygiene management, so we are launching the Blue May Campaign which will run throughout the month of May. […]


The My Period is Awesome partners, Wellbeing Foundation (Uganda) and Wise Economy (Sweden), are on a yearly basis running a digital campaign during the month of May to raise awareness of menstrual injustice and period shaming. It’s a creative social media campaign. During Menstrual Health Day 28th of May 2021, the Ugandan My Period Is […]


En torno al Día de Acción por la Salud de la Mujer y de la Visibilización del Ciclo Menstrual, tendremos lives especiales todo el mes de mayo, contando la historia completa de nuestro ciclo hormonal.

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