National Menstrual Hygiene Conclave 2017

This event is intended to open a dialogue on menstruation, bringing together a common multi-stakeholder voice for change and finalize key commitments to take forward, in the run up to Menstrual Hygiene Day on 28th of May, 2017.

This engagement aims to highlight MHM barriers and actionable programming or strategic shifts in education, media and at the institutional level, looking at WASH policies including indicators to capture measurable change. The aim of this platform is to bring together key stakeholders from the state and national government, academia, representatives from underserved communities as well as partners from the development sector to engage in constructive and long-lasting policy engagement- bringing people out of their work silos, look at aspects that restrict access to safe health and sanitation practices. The deliberations will explore how civil society, target groups, state governments and passionate individuals can be mobilized to engage in dialogues to ensure access and sustainable solutions for hygiene management and sanitation for all.


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