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A sexual and reproductive health rights approach to menstruation

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ABSTRACT While increased attention to menstruation as a significant health issue for women and girls is positive, some menstrual interventions promoted by Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene (WASH) programmes primarily focus on hygiene, infrastructure, and product provision. This focus fails to challenge the social and cultural stigma surrounding menstruation, as well as interconnected issues of gender […]

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WASH: A Shared Agenda

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A shared agenda – Exploring links between water, sanitation, hygiene, and sexual and reproductive health and rights in sustainable development. Across the globe, too many people do not have access to adequate sexual and reproductive health (SRH) information and services. As a result, they cannot enjoy their sexual and reproductive rights over the course of […]

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