Making menstruation a normal fact of life and ending period poverty and stigma by 2030. This is – in a nutshell – the goal of #MHDay2023. We aren’t there yet though – far from it. This is what you can do. (…)
May 28th is MH Day. Because periods don’t pause for pandemics, menstrual awareness may be more important than ever. So #ItsTimeForAction on #MHDay2020! (…)
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. (…)
During Menstrual Hygiene Day (MH Day) on May 28 all over the world awareness is raised about the challenges women face during their menstruation. This year is the fifth edition. (..)
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!
MHD SPECIAL – Is an initiative like Menstrual Hygiene Day on May the 28th still needed? Yes! Here are seven reasons why.
MHD SPECIAL – Saturday, May 28th is Menstrual Hygiene Day again. Still necessary? Yes! In Kenya sanitary pads are a luxury for most women.
MHD SPECIAL – Saturday, May 28th is Menstrual Hygiene Day (MHD) again. Still necessary? Yes! Menstruation can be a life-restricting monthly event for women and girls in Uganda. (…)
MHD SPECIAL – Saturday, May 28th is Menstrual Hygiene Day again. Still necessary? Yes! In some parts of Bangladesh, menstruating women and girls can’t leave the house for seven days.
MHD SPECIAL – Saturday, May 28th is Menstrual Hygiene Day again. The focus of this day is to raise awareness about menstruation and the importance of hygiene worldwide. Still necessary? Yes! (…)