A Bloody Catastrophe - The Real Cost of Menstruation
For most young girls in Africa, menstruation is a monthy crisis. Menstruation can be managed with the appropriate sanitary items, but adolescent school-going girls suffer from a host of injustices and barriers to opportunity due to lack of access to such basic protection: sanitary towels.
Wellbeing Women, 29 March 2018
Menstruation is a perfectly normal biological process that marks a girl's transition from childhood to fertility. However, for most young girls in Sub-Saharan Africa, this monthly… Read more »
May girls routinely skip up to a week of school every month because they don't have sanitary pads.