On 28 May, celebrate Menstrual Hygiene Day with WSSCC!
WSSCC works to break the silence on menstruation leaving no one behind. For WSSCC, Menstrual Hygiene Management means that those who menstruate have :
- better school attendance and learning outcomes
- greater mobility and opportunities
- greater self-determination and well-being
- a healthier and more confident adolescence.
Breaking the taboo starts with providing information – not only to those who menstruate, but also to men and boys to enable us all to talk freely about periods.
This year’s Menstrual Hygiene Day theme is “It’s Time For Action!” and the WSSCC branded publicity materials developed by WASH United are here to help you take action today.
Download, share and spread the word about menstrual hygiene on social media – and don’t forget to let us know by mentioning WSSCC and #ItsTimeForAction!