We Must Ensure People with Disabilities have Dignity during Menstruation

July 2018

Interventions to improve menstrual hygiene management in developing countries are leaving behind women and girls with disabilities. Without access to water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) during menstruation, dignity and opportunities erode.

To support the case for focusing on women and girls with disabilities in menstrual hygiene programmes, we need to show how badly this support is needed. In this blog, Jane Wilbur and Johanna Naradzay describe the experiences from Jane’s research in Nepal.

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ThemesDisability, Gender, Hygiene, Leave no one behind, Menstrual health and hygiene

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