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Did your parents talk to you about menstruation?

By Uc-Okonmah

Did your parents talk to you about menstruation? Around the world, talking about it is still a taboo 🤐. What can you do?

Talk about it. Encourage schools to include reproductive health and hygiene in the curriculum. Support politicians who sponsor bills that make hygiene tools like sanitary pads more affordable. Support organizations that educate and support menstrual hygiene in your communities.

With our recent #SanitaryPadChallenge, we educated and provided 125 girls with sanitary pads thanks to our generous donors. We will continue to support women and girls across Nigeria.#MenstruationMatters

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