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Menstrual Hygiene Management

Save the Children, (2018)


Operational Guidelines. Guidelines for the development of educational programmes for MHM, including tips on the topics to address and methods to assess girls’ practices in a respectful way with practical tools
https://www.savethechildren.org/content/dam/global...


Акылай Взрослеет Рассказ

Markvarm, O., Eds.: UNICEF, (2017)


A story book on puberty for 8–10-year-old girls. Education Material on Menstrual Hygiene Management (MHM) for different age groups
http://www.wins4girls.org/resources/2017%20Kyrgyzs...


Menstrual Hygiene Matters

House, S.; T. Mahon and S. Cavill, Eds.: Water Aid, (2012)


A resource for improving menstraul hygiene around the world. Comprehensive guidance with examples of good practice, information for colleagues and pupils in class and tips on how to break the taboo
https://washmatters.wateraid.org/sites/g/files/jkx...


Растем и взрослеем

Savochkina VV, Usupova ZHE, Eds.: UNICEF, (2017)


Growing up and getting older. A guidebook on puberty for 11–18-year-old girls
http://www.wins4girls.org/resources/2017%20Kyrgyzs...


Pilot study findings on the provision of hygiene kits with reusable sanitary pads: Testing the appropriateness and acceptability of AFRIpads reusable sanitary pads in southwestern (Ugandan) refugee co

UN High Commissioner for Refugees UNHCR, (2019)


Results from the baseline study indicated that schoolgirls in the southwestern refugee settlement context lacked access to the menstrual hygiene knowledge and products required for them to manage their menstruation in a healthy and dignified manner. Although UNHCR mandates that all women and girls of reproductive age are to receive distributions of disposable sanitary pads, soap and underwear, 71% of the girls reported not having enough menstrual products, 65% reported not having enough soap and 59% reported not having enough underwear. 44% percent also reported that they didn’t have enough information about menstrual hygiene.
https://reliefweb.int/sites/reliefweb.int/files/re...


A Toolkit for integrating menstrual hygiene management (MHM) into humanitarian response

r2hc Reserach for Health in Humanitarian Crisis; Elrha; et al., (2017)


In many humanitarian emergencies, there is a serious lack of access to even the most basic materials needed for managing the blood in addition to a lack of appropriate sanitation facilities (including water), which are critical for addressing menstrual hygiene. Privacy in emergencies is often scarce, and even if toilets are available they often lack locks, functioning doors, lighting and separation between genders. These barriers are often intensified by cultural beliefs and taboos surrounding menstruation which can restrict the movements and behaviors of girls and women
https://www.rescue.org/sites/default/files/documen...


Sharing simple facts. Useful information about menstrual health and hygiene

Government of India, Ministry of Rural Development, Dept. of Drinking water supply, (2008)


This guidance booklet on Menstrual Hygiene Management (MHM) is intended for adolescent girls and young women. Issues associated with menstruation are never discussed openly and the silence surrounding menstruation burdens young girls by keeping them ignorant of this biological function. Even after the attainment of menarche, very little information is given to young girls about the physiological processes involved and the hygienic practices to be followed.
https://esa.un.org/iys/review09/countries/india/pd...


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