An event is a two-day event, that runs virtually (on social media), in the form of a 7-day awareness/sensitization campaign and the other in the form of secondary school outreach. The event is to hold in a rural community in the Orumba North local government of Anambra state, Nigeria. The event aims at publicizing and […]
To be hosted and moderated by the UNFPA East and Southern Africa Regional Director, Dr Julitta Onabanjo, the Dialogue will highlight key policy decisions on MHM in 5 African countries – issues, challenges, solutions and innovations. With Menstrual Health Management (MHM) Champions from Kenya, Lesotho, South Africa, Tanzania and Zimbabwe, the dialogue will also highlight […]
Organisation: African Coalition for Menstrual Health Management
This Menstrual Hygiene Day let’s just spread the art, raise awareness, be loud and clear and take a stand. “It’s Time For Action”. Spread Love And Peace calls out artists of all forms to voice out their opinions through the campaign- DOT. You can be a doodler, illustrator, poet/poetess, singer, rapper, graphic designer, painter, cinematographer, […]
School going girls in informal settlements and remote areas in Kenya face myriad of challenges when on their menses. Sanitary pads are way too expensive for them to afford and as such they resort to unscrupulous means and unhygienic options such as trading sex for pads or using rags to manage the flows. This as […]
We are reaching out to invite you to Menstruation Dialogue; Missing Voices, Missed Out Issues on 21st May 2019. Every year in May the world celebrates Menstrual Hygiene Day (MH DAY), underlining Menstruation as a basic but neglected biological process for women. Working on this issue for more than a decade, among urban and rural […]
The event will bring together girls internally displaced girls from the conflict affected regions in Cameroon as well as policy makers to discuss the challenges that girls experience when trying to access quality and proper menstrual hygiene products.The basic needs of internally displaced girls must be taken into consideration to reduce the vulnerability of the […]
Assam Branch Indian Tea Association and in collaboration with UNICEF is celebrating Menstrual hygiene week in different Tea gardens of ABITA with a focus on education and information for girls, Woman’s, and boys. Various activities like Street play, group discussion, Painting competition, Essay competition, IPC and FGD.
A drawing and creative writing contest is launched today on May 21st. The drawing contest is for the girls and the creative writing for boys on Menstruation. The prize-giving will be on MH Day. Reusable pads will be featured and also educational sessions on their use as well as information sessions on MHM.
CSS proposes to observe the MH Day 2019 appropriately with adolescent and young women in the districts of Jalpaiguri and S 24 Parganas. We should be able to see quite a few girls and women flaunting their innovative bracelets.