Advocacy


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…

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. Now, coming…

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…

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…

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…

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…

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…

DfG Advocacy: Volunteers Making a Difference on a Legislative Level

“What would your mom say if she met the Prime Minister? Because mine took the opportunity to tell him about the…

Our Sustainable Solution

If you’re like me, you feel overwhelmed when you see images of trash piling up around our world — the plastic…

Can Menstrual Pads Fix Prejudice?

We submitted this letter to The New York Times in response to an opinion piece that ran in its Sunday Review…