MHM Virtual conference

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MHM Virtual conference

I just want to make sure you are all aware of an important MHM conference coming up.
and because it is virtual, you can participate online :)

so mark your calendar for 21st November and register via the This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.




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Re: MHM Virtual conference 21st November

dear all

just a reminder for the webex on 21st of November for the 2nd annual Virtual Menstrual Hygiene Management (MHM) in WASH in Schools (WinS) Conference. The conference will be held via WebEx on Thursday 21 November at 8am (NY time).

It will explore MHM Tools and Instruments used in different countries. The conference is co-hosted by Columbia University & UNICEF and you can still register by emailing to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Here is a sneak preview of the agenda… 16 locations across the globe will share their MHM experiences…

You may also visit www.ungei.org/247_5302.html or below blogs to comment and share your experiences on MHM and support #WinS4girls
www.worldwewant2015.org/node/409990
www.phlush.org/2013/11/15/school-toilets...l-conference-nov-21/


1
Pakistan
Taking action on MHM research findings under Pakistan Approach to Total Sanitation (PATS)
UNICEF – Kamreen Naeem, Sabahat Ambreen, Simone Klawitter

2
Zambia
Investigating the perceptions and barriers to menstrual hygiene management in Zambia
World Vision – Kristie Urich (Emmanual Opong)

3
Bangladesh
Piloting the resource “Menstrual Hygiene Matters” in school settings in Bangladesh
WaterAid – Therese Mahon & Shajeda Begum

4
India
Exploring menstrual hygiene management in schools of West Bengal
Rajashi Mukherjee

5
Kenya
Menstrual Solutions in adolescent schoolgirls in Kenya: an acceptability, feasibility and safety
Liverpool School of Trop Medicine – Penelope Phillips-Howard

6
Nepal
MHM among adolescent girls in schools in Nepal
UNICEF – Nuria Lefcourt

7
Zambia
Research on menstrual hygiene among girls in primary schools and its effects on attendance of lessons in Zambia
SNV – Matilda Zhatunka

8
South Africa
Menstrual hygiene management practices in three high schools of eThekwini Municipality: An exploratory study
eThekwini – Univ of KwaZulu-Natal, PATH – Andrew Okem

9
Kenya
Situating MHM as a point of intervention to increase retention in school and SRH knowledge among girls and young women
HURU – Maryanne Ombija, Wanjiru Kepha

10
Burkina Faso & Niger
Menstrual hygiene in schools in two countries of Francophone West Africa: Burkina Faso and Niger case studies
UNICEF/West Africa – Laura Toubale

11
Rwanda, Philippines, Sierra Leone, Bolivia
Going global: A systematic approach for investigating girl’s experiences of menstruation across a range of contexts
Emory Univ & UNICEF – Bethany Caruso

12
Philippines
Qualitative research to identify challenges to menstrual hygiene management among schoolgirls in metro-Manila and South Central Mindinao, Philippines
Save the Children & Emory Univ & UNICEF – Anna Ellis

13
Canada/Kenya
CES (Community Education Services) Pad Project
CES Canada - Michael Fredericksen; Alecia Chen

14
Mali
MHM in school in Mali: Exploring knowledge and materials
Emory University – Victoria Trinies

15
Nepal
Knowledge, attitude and practice of menstrual hygiene management among out of school adolescent girls in Saptari District of Nepal
Nepal Fertility Care Center (NFCC) – Pema Lhaki

16
India
Translating silence into action: Policy and practice in MHM in India
WSSCC - Archana Patkar, Emily Deschaine
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