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Expanding Access to Menstrual Products: Learnings from India and Ethiopia Webinar
Population Services International

30 Jan. 2019 • 09:00 - 10:00

Want to know more about access for girls and women to menstrual products in India and Ethiopia?

Join us this webinar, presented by Population Services International. Our Project Officer and Lead Trainer Shamirah Nakalema will also be presenting:

When:
Wednesday, January 30, 2019
09:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. (EST)

Register here: https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/6961847438910904843?fbclid=IwAR3cqrVjhHqJ4ijojAxOcXWWg5LGeURwRDaXrMJ9fgDyfLL93CYem9SEgrM

Further Description / Program

In 2017, with funding from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, PSI analyzed the market for menstrual products in India and Ethiopia. The review collected qualitative and quantitative data from consumers, influencers, suppliers and a range of other stakeholders. In this webinar, PSI will provide a brief overview of the project, key findings on barriers to supply of and access to menstrual products, and an analysis of potential opportunities moving forward. This presentation will be followed by reflections from various youth actors from the RHSC’s Youth Caucus on the findings with suggested solutions to address the barriers identified.

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WoMena
Kampala
Uganda


WoMena is an NGO working with the implementation of innovative reproductive health solutions (e.g. menstrual cup, reusable pads) in developing contexts, currently focusing on menstrual health. WoMena consists of Public Health, Development, Medical, Communication & Sociology professionals with expertise in reproductive health. African women is one of the key groups that we focus on, while involving men positively in our work and solutions is also a key priority. To address the issues above, we provide services for the private sector, NGOs, governments and research institutions such as: - Literature review and policy analysis - Research design and implementation - Program design and assessment - Grant proposals and management - Action plans for bridging research and policy In addition to our commissioned work, we do strategic independent work related to our core issues, such as strategic analysis and presentation of information related to menstrual cups and family planning to central stakeholders and fora.

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