A Toolkit for Integrating Menstrual Hygiene Management (MHM) into Humanitarian Response

October 2017

This toolkit aims to provide streamlined guidance to support organisations and agencies seeking to rapidly integrate menstrual health and hygiene into existing programming across sectors and phases.

The toolkit was designed to support a range of humanitarian actors involved in the planning and delivery of emergency responses. It includes key assessment questions, case studies from around the world, design considerations, resources for gathering monitoring and feedback, and links to additional resources.

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PublisherInternational Rescue Committee, Columbia University & Mailman School of Public Health
ThemesChallenging contexts, Fragile contexts, Gender, Hygiene, Menstrual health and hygiene

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