equity and inclusion

Continuing the sharing and discussion from the webinar on CLTS, disability and inclusion

Thank you to everyone who joined the webinar on Disability- Making CLTS fully inclusive today (30th October 2014). We hope it was useful for you and that you tok away some learning and practical ideas for your work. The recording of the webinar will shortly be posted here. In the meantime, if you would like to continue the discussion, you can do so here on the SuSanA Forum

Need to clean our biases first, then our streets

The country is ostensibly in the throes of a great social movement for sanitation. Gandhi’s name is evoked, Prime Minister Narendra Modi leads from the front, ministers lift brooms for cameras, and officers, college and school children take oaths against littering and to clean their surroundings. Earlier the PM pledges in his Independence Day speech toilets for girls and boys in all schools.

Menstrual hygiene matters

Menstrual Hygiene Matters publication cover
Menstrual hygiene matters is an essential resource for improving menstrual hygiene for women and girls in lower and middle-income countries. Nine modules and toolkits cover key aspects of menstrual hygiene in different settings, including communities, schools and emergencies.
Date: 11 January 2013

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