Menstrual hygiene matters, a resource for improving menstrual hygiene around the world

The main purpose of this resource is to provide a comprehensive resource on menstrual hygiene that supports the development of context-specific information for improving practices for women and girls in lower- and middle-income countries.

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Authors: Sarah House, Thérèse Mahon and Sue Cavill Publication Date: 2012 Publisher: WaterAid No. of Pages: 347

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