Sustainable Development


Announcing the Second Wave of Menstrual Health Country Snapshots!

Earlier this year, Days for Girls International (DfG) – alongside WASH United and Irise Institute East Africa (IIEA) – announced the…

Starbucks Foundation Funding Facilitates Lasting MH Impact

In 2008, Mt.Elgon, a Kenyan district near the border of Uganda, experienced a devastating and prolonged civil political conflict that resulted…

International Day of the Girl 2022: Get Involved!

International Day of the Girl is October 11, 2022, and we hope you’ll join us for the First Annual Power of…

The Boda Project in Rural Kenya

Inadequate menstrual health (MH) excludes a large number of women and girls in Kenya from equitable health, education and economic outcomes…

DfG Menstrual Health Teacher Training and Education in Cambodia

In 2019, Days for Girls began a strategic partnership with the Cambodian Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport (MoEYS) with the…

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…

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 are expanding…

Malawi Policy Win: When Communities Own Menstrual Health Solutions, Girls Benefit

In global health and development, NGOs often make the mistake of operating in a vacuum. We strive to have clear theories…

Stewards Of The Earth: Women, Sustainability and Menstrual Health

At Days for Girls, we’re proud to offer sustainable, eco-friendly menstrual solutions that protect the environment while also protecting people with…

WASH and the Menstrual Equity Movement

What does it take to manage menstruation safely, effectively and with dignity? Period products and health education are both critical –…