This seminar will be conducted in selected Junior – Senior Girls Secondary Schools in Lagos, Nigeria. The aim is to make female students aware of their reproductive health nature, how to guard against abuses and teach them about Menstrual Hygiene, including conditions and environments, such as poor sanitary conditions of toilets.
Stop by and drop off hygienic supplies to help girls manage their menstrual cycles at the Wortley Home For Girls in Jamaica. We are empowering girls to go to school and reduce absenteeism due to lack of supplies. The donation list includes: sanitary napkins, wipes, deodorant and underwear. Girls are ages 12-17 years old.
“Stains and Shame can be Overcome” Menstruation matters to everyone, everywhere. But it still matters so much more to women and girls in low-income communities where they lack the required services and support to practice safe Menstrual Hygiene. Our campaign in the Momo-Division of the northwest province in Cameroon continues in Acha-Tugi and beyond. Last year, we […]
Capture for Periods is a photo contest encouraging people of all ages to submit a photograph related with the theme “No More Limits”. The photograph can be of any concept related to how menstruation does not put limits on girls.