free peer-reviewed MHM articles in WaterLines

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free peer-reviewed MHM articles in WaterLines

Dear all

just wanted to make sure you are aware of the articles on MHM from a recent waterlines publication - all accessible for free.

Volume 34, Number 1 / January 2015 of Waterlines is now available on the developmentbookshelf.com website at http://developmentbookshelf.com/content/m7v077580276/.

This issue contains:

Guest editorial: tackling the stigma and gender marginalization related to menstruation via WASH in schools programmes
by Murat Sahin


Putting the men into menstruation: the role of men and boys in community menstrual hygiene management
by Thérèse Mahon, Anjali Tripathy, Neelam Singh


Adolescent schoolgirls' experiences of menstrual cups and pads in rural western Kenya: a qualitative study
by Linda Mason, Kelly T. Alexander, Penelope A. Phillips-Howard, et al.


Uncovering the challenges to menstrual hygiene management in schools in Mali
by Victoria Trinies, Bethany A. Caruso, Assitan Sogoré, et al.


Mainstreaming menstrual hygiene management in schools through the play-based approach: lessons learned from Ghana
by George Dorgbetor


Menstrual hygiene management: education and empowerment for girls?
by Deepa Joshi, Gerlinde Buit, Diana González-Botero


Developing games as a qualitative method for researching menstrual hygiene management in rural Bolivia
by Jeanne L. Long, Bethany A. Caruso, Matthew C. Freeman, et al.


Unpacking the policy landscape for menstrual hygiene management: implications for school WASH programmes in India
by Arundati Muralidharan, Hemalatha Patil, Sweta Patnaik


Towards a sustainable solution for school menstrual hygiene management: cases of Ethiopia, Uganda, South-Sudan, Tanzania, and Zimbabwe
by Selamawit Tamiru, Kuribachew Mamo, Pasquina Acidria, et al.


Learning, acting, and learning (LAL) research on schools' menstrual hygiene management (MHM): Pakistan
by Kamran Naeem, Simone Klawitter, Abida Aziz
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