The podcast encourages discussion on menstrual and feminine hygiene issues and the right to sanitation for women and girls.
WSSCC Chair Amina J. Mohammed also commits to empowering 15 million people to end open defecation by 2020.
SCA and WSSCC convened with Influencers during a side session of the 71st United Nations General Assembly in New York.
WSSCC looks forward to contributing to discussions with partners and stakeholders during events this week at the United Nations General Assembly.
WSSCC and its partners actively promoted MHM at the Women Deliver Conference in Copenhagen.
Archana Patkar (WSSCC) and Kersti Strandqvist (SCA) were featured speakers during the 2015 Global Child Forum, a prestigious event attended by high-level representatives from business, civil society, government and academia. The GCF is hosted annually by the King and Queen of Sweden, and takes place at the Royal Palace in Stockholm. This year’s theme was […]
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WSSCC and SCA have concluded the first chapter of an innovative new partnership to break the silence around menstruation for women and girls.
The seminar, “Hygiene Matters 2014” focused on the findings of a recent survey conducted in seven Chinese cities.
The girls participated in an MHM training session organized by SCA and WSSCC through their public-private partnership on the issue.
SCA and WSSCC have today entered into an innovative new partnership to break the silence around menstruation for women and girls around the world.