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menstrual hygiene

Menstrual Hygiene Management – The experience of nomadic and sedentary populations in Niger

This study examines and analyses behaviours and practices for the management of menstrual hygiene and their impact on the living conditions of sedentary and nomadic women and girls in Niger. The study was carried out in the regions of Maradi, Zinder, Tahoua and Tillabéri under the Joint Programme on Gender, Hygiene and Sanitation in West and Central Africa and implemented by WSSCC and UN Women. The findings of the study reveal various shortcomings, especially in rural areas and, more specifically, among nomadic populations.

Date: 4 April 2017

Gestion de l'hygiene menstruelle: experience de populations nomades et sedentaires du Niger

La présente étude sur la gestion de l’hygiène menstruelle (GHM) examine et analyse les comportements et les pratiques en matière de gestion de l’hygiène menstruelle et leur impact sur les conditions de vie des femmes et des filles sédentaires et nomades au Niger. L’étude été réalisée dans quatre régions du Niger: Maradi, Zinder, Tahoua, et Tillabéri. Elle s’inscrit dans le cadre du programme conjoint du Conseil de concertation pour l’approvisionnement en eau et l’assainissement WSSCC et d’ONU Femmes « Genre, Hygiène et Assainissement » mené en Afrique de l’ouest et du centre.

Date: 4 April 2017

លេខ 6: ការបំបែកតំណម៖ អនាម័យក្នុងពេលមានរដូវនៅក្នុង កម្មវិធីសហគមន៍ដឹកនាំអនុវត្តន៍អនាម័យ

ការមានរដូវគឺជាផ្នែកធម្មជាតិ និងសុខភាពនៃជីវិតសម្រាប់ស្រ្តី និងកុមារី ប៉ុន្តែជារឿយៗ វាជាប្រធា នបទតំណមមួយ ដែលមិនងាយនឹងនិយាយដល់ ហើយអាចនាំអោយមាន អារម្មណ៍ខ្មាសអៀន និងអាម៉ាស់។ វាក៏អាចនាំអោយកុមារីបាត់បង់ ចំណាប់អារម្មណ៍ ទៅសា លា ឬមិនទៅសា លាប៉ុន្មានថ្ងៃ។ កា រមានរដូវគឺជាធាតុយ៉ាងសំខាន់នៃអនាម័យ ដែលជះឥទ្ធិពលដល់ប្រជាជនពាក់កណ្តាលពិភពលោកទៅលើផ្នែកដ៏ធំនៃការរស់នៅ របស់ពួកគេ។ ក្នុងការបោះពុម្ពផ្សា យ ព្រំដែននៃកម្មវិធីសហគមន៍ដឹកនាំអនាម័យបង្ហាញ ពីវិធីសាស្រ្តដែលកម្មវិធីសហគមន៍ដឹកនាំ អនាម័យអាចពង្រីកបន្ថែមក្នុងកា រកំនត់ពីការ គ្រប់គ្រងអនាម័យពេលមានរដូវនៅសាលារៀន និងសហគមន៍ក្នុងការកា ត់បន្ថយភាព ស្មុគស្មាញទាំងនេះសម្រាប់ស្រ្តី ន

Date: 5 September 2016

Call for abstracts for the 5th Virtual Menstrual Hygiene Management (MHM) in WASH in Schools Conference

The 5th Annual Virtual Menstrual Hygiene Management (MHM) in Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) in Schools (WinS) Conference will take place on the 25th October 2016 and will focus on the many ways that girls’ voices are being captured and channeled into action on MHM in schools and in their lives more broadly.

Making sanitation inclusive: reflections from the 39th WEDC Conference

The theme for this year’s WEDC Conference was Ensuring Availability and Sustainable Management of Water and Sanitation for All. The theme reflects the ambitions at the heart of the Global Goals for Sustainable Development to ensure that no one is left behind in efforts to achieve universal access to WASH by 2030. It’s now a critical time for ensuring that WASH research, programmes, policies and services are designed and delivered in ways that promote Equity and Non-Discrimination.

Frontières Numéro 6: Balayer le prochain tabou: l'hygiène menstruelle dans le contexte de l'ATPC

La menstruation est un élément naturel qui fait partie de la vie épanouie des femmes et des jeunes filles ; pourtant, c’est bien souvent un sujet tabou, dont il est très difficile de parler et qui peut engendrer un sentiment d’embarras et de honte. Parce qu’elles ont leur règles, il peut arriver que les jeunes filles soient déconcentrées en classe ou manquent l’école. La menstruation est un élément essentiel de l’assainissement et l’hygiène qui affecte la moitié de la population mondiale pendant une grande partie de leur vie.

Date: 21 April 2016


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