Webinar: Is menstrual health and hygiene (MHH) the missing link in adopting a true feminist development cooperation? Date: 11th may 2022, 2pm-3:30pm (CET)

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Webinar: Is menstrual health and hygiene (MHH) the missing link in adopting a true feminist development cooperation? Date: 11th may 2022, 2pm-3:30pm (CET)

 Is menstrual health and hygiene (MHH) the missing link in adopting a true feminist development cooperation??

Population Services International (PSI)-Europe and the BMZ programme Sanitation for Millions are pleased to invite you to a webinar on to discuss the importance of MHH in achieving gender equality and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The session aims to acknowledge the need of resources to enforce MHH as an integral part of programming and impact enhancement in low- and middle-income countries.

Date: 11th May 2022
Time: 14:00 - 15:30 (CET) 
Registration Link: www.susana.org/en/webinar-registration-11th-may
Brochure & Agenda: www.susana.org/en/news-and-events/sanita...g-events?details=287

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Re: Webinar: Is menstrual health and hygiene (MHH) the missing link in adopting a true feminist development cooperation? Date: 11th may 2022, 2pm-3:30pm (CET)

Dear SuSanA Community,
Women, girls, non-binary and transgender people across the world deal with MHH on a regular basis. This topic transcends race, class, culture, and religion. Population Services International (PSI) - Europe and Sanitation for Millions (GIZ) organized a webinar which took place on the 11th of May to discuss MHH posing the important question: Is MHH the missing link in adopting a true feminist development cooperation policy?

Experts from different fields, who are engaged in MHH, shared their experiences and the challenges they face, such as the lack of investment or MHH being a taboo topic. Case studies of good practices in Ethiopia and Pakistan were also presented during the webinar. Furthermore, the panellists inspired all participants to be committed and to give MHH the importance it deserves by sharing their knowledge with conviction and underlining the huge potential for action in this field.

You have missed the online session? Check the recording here:  Webinar: Menstrual Health and Hygiene - Missing Link to a True Feminist Development Cooperation? - YouTube

Also check out PSI Europe  and the project page of Sanitation for Millions .

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