Normalize Periods

In partnership with different stakeholders and the Pwani Primary School which is a public school containing pupils from poor backgrounds, we plan to celebrate the Menstrual Hygiene Day with at least 200 teenage pupils by sharing correct information about menstruation and how they can get involved in the whole process of making Periods a normal fact. We are going to incorporate boys and girls together because in their societies men are stereotypically tabooed in the matter.
This is just a continuation of the many Health Education Workshops that we regularly have with the school to prevent poor kids from missing their classes because of not being able to become healthy.

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