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Scotland Tackles Period Poverty

Scotland has taken a major step towards equality with the launch of a pilot project providing free sanitary products to women and girls from low income households. At least 1,000 people are set to benefit over the course of a 6-month initiative in the city

5 Reasons to Opt for Reusable Sanitary Towels

Post written by Helen Patricia Amutuhaire, Content Developer, Reach A Hand, Uganda I have finally found a solution to my menstrual challenges and it took me a total of 15 minutes. It happened at the Science Cafe hosted by the Health Journalists Network in Uganda (HEJNU) and supported by

Three Innovative Approaches to Celebrating Menstrual Hygiene

Tomorrow is Menstrual Hygiene Day – a day to celebrate menstruation and to address the challenges that women and girls around the world face every month. Many live without ways to safely and effectively manage their periods; instead, they live with taboo, stigma and silence.

Menstrual Health: It’s Your Box, Know What Goes In It

Ladies, truer words have never been spoken. Nor spoken enough. When it comes to periods, the products we use, and the health implications that result from their use, we aren’t talking enough. This is a problem. Period. All puns aside, the taboo around menstrual health

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