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Sarika Chand Sep 4
What a brilliant initiative! matters.
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Heather aka Super Mom Jul 30
Ladies, how much do you know about your ? Even in my 40's I can say that I'm still learning! In a recent survey, 85% of women agreed that heavy periods were "normal". Let's talk about this - learn about your options:
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HRP May 28
Giving women and girls access to menstrual products, clean, safe toilets, recognizing menstrual symptoms as legitimate health issues and ending stigma around menstruation go a long way towards championing .
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Dr. Ephraim Kisangala Feb 27
Replying to @Mmaagwe_Ab @The_ACU
Yes she is & very much in touch with reality, in spite of her status. We easily talked about challenges among refugees in Africa. A great patron that will see succeed.
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Dr Kelechi Okoro 14h
Yesterday, i and my team joined the Medical and health CDS group's medical outreach at the Maigari's palace. I had a fulfilling time interacting with the community women. The boys and men were not left out
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Sofia Calltorp Aug 8
On my way to to take part in important discussion on - tune in!
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p.🍁 17h
Everyday gendered realities under occupation
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WHO Timor-Leste Aug 15
An enabling environment for women's means: - is seen as healthy and normal -Women have access to menstrual products -Women have easy access to 🚽 & disposal infrastructure -Symptoms like cramps, dizziness are recognized as legitimate health issues
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The Eve Appeal Mar 4
" issues can be ambiguous. It sometimes takes up to 10 GP visits before a woman is referred to a specialist." The Transforming panel at .
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NUWODU 2h
We really do. Check out our advocacy video on the same here:
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EveWoman 19h
: According to WebMD, your menstrual period will be as varied as your life is from the time you start your period to the time you hit menopause
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Gabrielle Fitzgerald Apr 16
Amazing news ! Now let’s get governments around the world to replicate the UK’s leadership!
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TridentGroup Sep 18
is not only sensitive towards women’s health care but also encourages them to take care of their . For this, we give our shop floor members a every month. Because sometimes all they need is a little care.
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She-World Sep 14
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Candice Chirwa 💜 Aug 21
Kudos to this taxi driver that buys sanitary pads for his passenger! He is normalizing Menstruation! 💫
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UNESCO Aug 10
In some countries, 2 out of 3 girls don't know what's happening when they start menstruating. Let's talk about it! We MUST ensure that girls receive adequate support through the challenges of puberty
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Julie Hennegan May 16
Excited to share our review of qualitative research where we map women’s and girls’ experiences of menstruation, drawing on 76 studies capturing >6,000 participants from 35 low and middle income countries.
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Heal For Africa Initiative Jul 21
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Citizen Endo Feb 28
Today is the day! Reddit AMA on and at 11am EST💛
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HerBestFootForward 12h
Thanks to pups like Finnie our products - yep, even our - ensure that have no longer and have the of
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