What happens when things go wrong in menstrual health and hygiene practice/programming/policy?

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What happens when things go wrong in menstrual health and hygiene practice/programming/policy?

Note by moderator: This post was originally in this thread on the Nakuru Accord - Learning from Failure: forum.susana.org/learning-from-failures/...r-in-the-wash-sector
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For the next two weeks, a group of us, Esther Shaylor, Dr Becky Sindall, Dr Virginia Kamowa and myself, are facilitating a discussion on what happens when things go wrong in menstrual health and hygiene practice/programming/policy.

The "WASH Failures" project has been going on for a couple of years now, to understand how it started you can check out the article "Blunders, Bloopers and Foul-Ups: Sharing Failures in Water, Sanitation and Hygiene Programs" (lnkd.in/dH5FqYJ). We regularly host game shows at WASH conferences and are leading a cool research project (if we do say so ourselves), "Amplifying local voices to reduce failure in the WASH sector". You can keep up to date with all of the goings-on by following us on Twitter (lnkd.in/dh6pRny).

This fortnight we're focusing specifically on getting a discussion going around MHH failures.

Please follow along via Twitter and/or Yammer (lnkd.in/dCnBujN) and add your own experiences to the mix! We'll post a new question on Yammer and Twitter each day.
Dani Barrington, PhD, BE (Hons), BSc

Lecturer in Global Health
The University of Western Australia
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