Menstrual Hygiene Day 2016 – WSSCC infographics


Did you know that women, on average, menstruate 3000 days in their lifetime? Join us in celebrating Menstrual Hygiene Day on May 28 by sharing our MHM infographics in English and in French.

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Authors: WSSCC Publication Date: 28 May 2016 Publisher: WSSCC No. of Pages: 1

Authors: WSSCC Publication Date: 28 May 2016 Publisher: WSSCC No. of Pages: 1

Authors: WSSCC Publication Date: 28 May 2016 Publisher: WSSCC No. of Pages: 1

Authors: WSSCC Publication Date: 28 May 2016 Publisher: WSSCC No. of Pages: 1

Authors: WSSCC Publication Date: 28 May 2016 Publisher: WSSCC No. of Pages: 1

Authors: WSSCC Publication Date: 28 May 2016 Publisher: WSSCC No. of Pages: 1

Authors: WSSCC Publication Date: 28 May 2016 Publisher: WSSCC No. of Pages: 1

Authors: WSSCC Publication Date: 28 May 2016 Publisher: WSSCC No. of Pages: 1

Authors: WSSCC Publication Date: 28 May 2016 Publisher: WSSCC No. of Pages: 1

Authors: WSSCC Publication Date: 28 May 2016 Publisher: WSSCC No. of Pages: 1

Authors: WSSCC Publication Date: 28 May 2016 Publisher: WSSCC No. of Pages: 1

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Equality

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