DfG organizes and participates in webinars and online events all year long. Check out past webinar recordings, reports, and findings below.
This webinar shares learnings from a new menstrual health (MH) study that offers transferable recommendations to help stakeholders advocate for menstrual reforms. This study reviews the MH landscapes, including national and local laws, policies, and programs that address menstrual and reproductive curricula, in 12 countries (including high income and low to mid income countries). MH experts from India, Kenya and the United States joined the discussion to share successes, challenges and gaps associated with advancing menstrual health education.
Hosted by Days for Girls, DLA Piper, New Perimeter, African Coalition for Menstrual Health, and UNFPA ESARO in partnership with the Global Menstrual Collective and the Toilet Board Coalition.
Watch the webinar recording here
This two-part discussion series seeks to identify and better understand successes, challenges and gaps associated with MH laws and policies in five East African countries. Learnings from these discussions will inform and improve government and non-governmental stakeholder efforts to advance menstrual equity in their countries. Hosted by Days for Girls and Irise Institute East Africa.
Watch Session 1: Tanzania, Kenya, Uganda
Watch Session 2: Rwanda, Burundi, Uganda
Days for Girls Ghana and partners share lessons learned and insights from their campaigns to abolish taxes on period products – and develop a collective plan for future action. Hosted by WASH United in association with Days for Girls Ghana and Ghana Girl Guides.
Practitioners working with refugee communities in four countries around the globe explore how strategies for meeting the MH needs of refugees have shifted or “built back better” in the face of COVID-19 – including key MH challenges in humanitarian settings, strategies with promise, and lessons learned. Hosted by Days for Girls with honorary co-hosts WASH United, MH Hub, and IMHER.
Policy experts and advocates in East and Southern Africa open the conversation around regional challenges and successes in advancing policies, regulations, and programs that support women and girls to manage menstruation with health, safety, and dignity. Hosted by Days for Girls, UNFPA ESARO, and the Africa Coalition for Menstrual Health Management.
In this virtual panel, experts and advocates in Southern Africa explore why managing menstruation with health, safety, and dignity is a matter of human rights – and why product choice is an important part of bringing those rights into reality. Hosted by Days for Girls, UNFPA, MIET Africa, and the South Africa Department of Women, Youth, and People with Disabilities.
This webinar and accompanying report bring together a range of perspectives to share lessons learned from policy and program responses to support menstrual health during the first months of the COVID-19 pandemic in Africa. Hosted by Days for Girls, MIET Africa, and UNFPA.