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Hon. Esther M Passaris Nov 13
Grateful to the for today's donation of KES1M towards the purchase & distribution of sanitary towels for marginalized girls in community-based schools across Nairobi County. Menstruation matters. Girls matter.
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Christabel Wanjiru Kivuti Nov 13
Men always carry a pack chocolate to their girlfriends, sometimes carry a pack of always. We have gentlemen here who are taking one today. our Lecturer got one too.
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Lucy🏵️ Nov 13
The event was a success 💥💥💥. Thanks to those who came, i know you learnt alot.
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Florence Naluyimba BLONDEL Nov 11
Thank you Nairobi, really thank you🥰 This is a lovely welcome to because do matter.
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Imitiaz Hassan 4h
Kenya should follow this path. . Congratulations to Zimbabwean.
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Imitiaz Hassan Nov 13
I'm sure you wouldn't want your younger sister crying because someone made her feel bad about bleeding through her pants or she not knowing how to put her pad correctly. #
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Lucy🏵️ Nov 13
Don't be ashamed of your periods... It is totally normal to go through the cycle every month. Be proud of your menses. 💥💥💥
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Christabel Wanjiru Kivuti Nov 13
Apart from learning there is lots of fun. 😂
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Leah Wairimu Nov 12
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Vienna Ngetich Nov 12
Just seen this billboard! Wow just wow!
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jack.m Nov 9
So condoms are free yet the government can't even subsidies pads
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CRIN - Child Rights International Network Nov 7
We're crowdsourcing stories to be featured in an educational book about called Red Cloud, designed to break misconceptions and beat the stigma & shame around menstruation. Get those ideas flowing! Visit:
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Imitiaz Hassan Nov 12
Women and girls in low income setting have low awareness on hygienic practices and lack Menstrual Hygiene Management practices. Join us tomorrow at as we discuss this issue.
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Leah Wairimu Nov 13
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Ngui Eunice Nov 13
Mr. Ismail Burhan (Awjamac Cultural Center) is our first speaker who is taking us through; ENDOMETRIOSIS
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#EndPeriodPoverty #EndPeriodShame 5h
We learn that they are all part of the same process. We open towards the energy, rather than shut down to it. We learn to trust the flow.Leaders Bleed, PERIOD. @
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Chepkoech Sheila Nov 13
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Leah Wairimu Nov 13
There are many myths and taboos that guide menstral practices in the society. .This casts stigmatisation and shame to the women in the community
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Christabel Wanjiru Kivuti Nov 13
The Event ; Understanding your Health matters is on at the MMU Conference hall. Come before its too late. Welcome all the entrance is free, get free snacks and a pack of sanitary pads
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jack.m Nov 9
So tomorrow ruto might attend another harambee as always yet our girls are there suffering
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