In poverty stricken settings, the management of menstruation is often difficult and a cause of shame. For girls in Miyove, menstruation is often a reason for missing school. Additionally, discussing about menstruation is taboo and often results in misperceptions. By educating girls about their menstrual health and bringing dignity to the management of menstruation, girls can be empowered, increasing productivity, educational opportunity, and self-sufficiency.
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Our school does have an elected governing body which is known as the Parent Teachers Association (PTA). This body is elected by the parents at our first general meeting which is held at the beginn... ...Learn more