Menstrual Stigma In Nepal: Key Insights (Part 2)

In November 2020 and February 2021, Days for Girls Nepal (DfGN) partnered with Rural…
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Evaluating the Effects of COVID-19 on Period Poverty

In 2020, while everyone was dealing with the isolation, uncertainty and economic blows of COVID-19, a recent study showed…
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KHANA Joins the Days for Girls Family

Days for Girls International is excited to announce that KHANA is joining the Days for Girls family. Together we…
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Working Together We Accomplish More

Before COVID-19, menstrual health programs in Kenya were largely siloed, with many organizations working individually or in small cohorts.…
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NEW RESOURCE! Menstrual Health Country Snapshots

It’s no secret that sometimes advocacy work can feel painstakingly slow, like we may never achieve the changes we…
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Days for Girls International Partners with This is L.

Days for Girls International is excited to announce a renewed partnership with This is L. This partnership provides a…
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Menstrual Health and Mental Health: More Connected Than You Might Think

This Mental Health Month, Days for Girls is highlighting the interconnectedness of mental health and menstrual health. Menstrual health…
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Locally Owned and Led Menstrual Health Enterprises

Uniquely Positioned to Drive Deep and Lasting Change Sumitra (name changed), 28 years old and married at 17, lives…
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Days for Girls’ Menstrual Hygiene Day 2022 Commitment

This year’s Menstrual Hygiene (MH) Day theme is #WeAreCommitted. After several years of raising awareness and declaring that it…
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Ugandan Government Steps Closer to Implementing Their Menstrual Health & Hygiene Strategy

In April this year, the Ugandan government took an important step forward in advancing the country’s national strategy to…
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