Menstrual health in a time of emergency is a key focus at Days for Girls International. We believe access to period products is a human right even during a crisis. We work with our partners to help assure the menstrual health needs of women and girl refugees are being met amidst pandemic, displacement, natural disaster, and other emergencies.
Hosted by Days for Girls with honorary co-hosts WASH United, MH Hub, and IMHER
Moderated by Danielle Keiser, Executive Director, Menstrual Health Hub
With Special Guest Ina Jurga, International Coordinator, Menstrual Hygiene Day, WASH United
Panelists: Aramide Odutayo, Program Analyst, Humanitarian, UNFPA Bangladesh; Anne Bitner, Associate Protection Officer, UNHCR Rwanda; Khayrieh Al Assaad, Country Representative, Days for Girls Lebanon; Juliet Akwango, Program Officer, Days for Girls Uganda.
Hosted & Moderated By Dr Julitta Onabanjo – Acting Deputy Executive Director (Programme), UNFPA
Panelists included: Charlotte Soulary Advocacy & European Network Officer, RH Supplies Coalition, Jasmine Burton Sanitation Economy Accelerator and Pipeline Manager, Toilet Board Coalition, Alice Wambui Youth Activist, Social Entrepreneur, Days for Girls, Renjini Devaki PhD, M&E Manager, MIET & Mags Beksinska, PhD MRU, and Janet Mbugua Public Figure, Author of “My First Time”, Laura Amaya Associate Director, FSG