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.
WSSCC conducted a 5-day training of trainers on Menstrual Hygiene Management for government officials across different departments in Saharanpur.
WSSCC’s Virginia Kamowa, writes how menstruation is associated with one of the most pervasive stigmas that holds back gender equality
On International Migrants Day, study findings from refugee camps in Cameroon highlight MHM challenges in humanitarian settings
WSSCC member Daniel Karanja argues that male inclusion is vital if we wish to normalize MHM
WSSCC will facilitate a regional Menstrual Hygiene Management (MHM) Training of Trainers (ToT) in Sri Lanka
Lawmakers unanimously agreed to push for policies and direct actions to ensure safe and adequate sanitation for women
Empowering women and girls is at the core of WSSC’s work
The full article on the Guardian’s Round Table discussion on Gender and Equality with comments from WSSCC’s Archana Patkar
The training features the three key elements of MHM which are: Breaking the Silence, Managing Menstruation Hygienically, and Safe Reuse and Disposal