For girls in rural Bangladesh, an area which lacks menstrual education and amenities, the menarche is likely to be a daunting event. – A guest blog by Sumit Banik.
Tuesday 28 May is Menstrual Hygiene Day, Theme of MHDay2019: It’s Time For Action! Because although the subject is high on the agenda worldwide, there’s still room for improvement. (…)
By 2030, every woman and girl will be able to manage her menstruation hygienically and without stigma. In a nutshell the goal of the brand new MH Alliance, which is launched by Wash United, Simavi and Global Citizen.
During Menstrual Hygiene Day on May 28, awareness is raised for the worldwide menstruation taboo. This year’s theme: education. In 2017, it’ll be the first time an event is organised in the Netherlands. About time!