Today, over 500 million women worldwide don't have the resources, infrastructure and social support they need to manage their menstruation. To advance gender equity, improvements are needed from multi-sectoral actors to drive progress through advocacy, research, innovation, or implementation.
FSG's Laura Amaya will overview key changes in the global menstrual health and hygiene (MHH) space since 2016, highlighting remaining gaps and opportunities for further action and investment. And STeP'sTyler Ovington will examine the market opportunity in India and South Africa for an emerging product class, decentralized menstrual hygiene product (MHP) incinerators, that may help provide a safe and dignified disposal option for MHPs in some contexts.
Following the webinar, attendees will better understand:
•Key changes in the global MHH space since 2016
•Remaining gaps and opportunities for further action and investment in MHH
•The market opportunity for decentralized MHP incinerators in India and South Africa
•Key market segments and procurement drivers for these products
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