Menstrual Health


Menstrual Stigma In Nepal: Key Insights (Part 2)

In November 2020 and February 2021, Days for Girls Nepal (DfGN) partnered with Rural Senses, a monitoring and evaluation company, to…

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 that menstruators…

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 desire. At…

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 (MH) is…

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 in a…

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 is #TimeForAction,…

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 eliminate menstrual…

International Women’s Day 2022

Tomorrow is International Women’s Day! This year, the theme “Gender Equality Today for a Sustainable Tomorrow” invites us to examine the…

Advocacy Case Study: Menstrual Dignity for Students Toolkit

When it comes to menstrual health advocacy, Days for Girls believes in the power of unity – and learning from the…

Menstrual Health & School Absenteeism In Laos: New Research Findings

What’s the connection between periods and student absenteeism – and how do we help menstruating youth stay in school? That’s the…