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Breaking Barriers: Chipo Chikomo’s Journey to Social Entrepreneurship

Chipo Chikomo’s path to becoming a leader in the menstrual health (MH) field was unexpected, and her impact so far has…

Period Positive Workplace Testimonial: Slum Soccer

Slum Soccer, a nonprofit organization based in India, has used the game of soccer to reach underprivileged and homeless youth since…

Days for Girls Advocating for Menstrual Health at the CSW68 Forum in New York

Last month, Days for Girls International had the opportunity to advocate for menstrual health at the CSW68 NGO Forum in New…

Days for Girls Malawi and USAID Youth Excel: The Role of Menstrual Health and Hygiene in Education

In 2023, Days for Girls Malawi (DfGM) was awarded a grant from USAID’s Youth Excel, with support from the USAID Office…

Webinar Report: Canada’s Journey to Accelerate Gender and Menstrual Equity

Investing in efforts to advance menstrual health (MH) equality is a crucial step toward reaching gender equality. This is true of…

Announcing the Canada Menstrual Health Snapshot

Beginning in 2022, Days for Girls (DfG) – in collaboration with WASH United – began the Menstrual Health Country Snapshot project.…

International Women’s Day 2024

Tomorrow, March 8,  is International Women’s Day (IWD)! For 2024, the UN theme, “Invest in Women: Accelerate Progress,” reminds us of…

From Homelessness to Menstrual Health Advocacy: Meet Christine Okii Khatima

No one prepared Christine for her first period. She was at school when the blood came, causing her to panic. She…

DfG Ecuador: Empowering Indigenous Women Through Menstrual Health

In Ecuador’s remote, indigenous communities, there are limited educational, professional and social opportunities for girls and women. They also lack access…

The Period Positive Workplace Testimonial Series: OVO

In May 2023, Days for Girls (DfG), PSI Europe, The Policy Project, The Pad Project, Share the Dignity and the Toilet…