Resource: Menstrual Health Interventions for People with Intellectual Disabilities in Emergencies

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Resource: Menstrual Health Interventions for People with Intellectual Disabilities in Emergencies

Hi everyone,

We're delighted to share a new publication from Jane Wilbur and Chloe Morrison on adapting menstrual health interventions for people with intellectual disabilities in Nepal and Vanuatu. 

The Bishesta campaign – a menstrual health intervention for people with intellectual disabilities and their caregivers - was designed and delivered in Nepal’s development setting. The campaign was adapted for Vanuatu’s humanitarian emergencies and is called the Veivanua campaign.

You can download the resource here. 

Please feel free to share comments and questions!

Thanks,

Alice
Alice Webb
Communications and Impact Officer
The Sanitation Learning Hub at the Institute of Development Studies

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