New innovation offers women and girls the confidence and space to manage their menstruation By Machrine Birungi Nearly 121 million women and adolescent girls in India use on average eight sanitary napkins per menstrual cycle. That translates to 1 million pads generated monthly, which then results into 12 billion pads produced and disposed of annually […]
In keeping with the SDG principle of LNOB, WSSCC developed an MHM tool kit that can be used by women and girls with visual and hearing impairments.
WSSCC facilitated a MHM training for Tanzanian Members of Parliament (MP) from the 10th to 11th of February 2018, in Dodoma, Tanzania.
The universal nature of psycho social stress related to poor or inadequate sanitation is raised in this webinar
Findings of a new UN Women/WSSCC study in Niger on MHM practices were presented at a side event during CSW61.
Global Sanitation Fund programmes are designed to incorporate gender considerations and equity dimensions.
The podcast encourages discussion on menstrual and feminine hygiene issues and the right to sanitation for women and girls.
Pour la journée internationale de la femme, le dirécteur exécutif du WSSCC , Chris Williams plaide pour une plus grande intégration des femmes sur le lieu de travail
On International Women’s Day, Chris Williams writes that there is more to adding women to the workplace; they need an enabling space
The lack of adequate sanitation and waste systems presents a considerable challenge for sustainable waste management across Africa.
Le membre du WSSCC Daniel Iroegbu, fait un travail inspirant au Nigeria pour briser le silence sur les menstruations
WSSCC Member Daniel Iroegbu’s inspirational work is impacting the lives of women and girls in hard-to-reach areas of the country.