Donate sanitary pads to 500 schoolgirls in Uganda

by Uganda Youth Skills Training Organisation
Donate sanitary pads to 500 schoolgirls in Uganda
Donate sanitary pads to 500 schoolgirls in Uganda
Donate sanitary pads to 500 schoolgirls in Uganda
Donate sanitary pads to 500 schoolgirls in Uganda
Donate sanitary pads to 500 schoolgirls in Uganda
Donate sanitary pads to 500 schoolgirls in Uganda
Donate sanitary pads to 500 schoolgirls in Uganda
Donate sanitary pads to 500 schoolgirls in Uganda
Dec 22, 2018

Education about menstrual periods and proper disposal of used sanitary pads among the beneficiaries.

Florence presenting to the audience
Florence presenting to the audience

 

Menstrual periods are a dirty natural experience” May be that could be the reason the girl’s counterparts (boys) make fun of them when in menstrual periods. Here UYSTO www.skillsforyouths.org comes with this wonderful education about menstrual periods to young people. We educate both boys and girls that menstrual periods are not a dirty natural experience as it is being talked about by the man (Human). But it’s God's way of women creation, the mother of the nations and that everyone on us is as a result of a missed period. With the back ground above, Florence and Joy our experts in menstrual periods education explain to the audience.

In the same awareness education, girls were told how to practice a proper disposal of used sanitary pads and boys made a commitment of understanding that menstrual period is part of our sisters and them as boys, and therefore, they would committee themselves to join girls in being part of that testing moment.

Boys will make sure that they contribute towards girls experiencing safe menstrual periods by engaging them in simple exercises, contributing to the girl’s budget for securing sanitary pads among others.

young people listening attentively
young people listening attentively
Jessy is proud of understanding woman's nature.
Jessy is proud of understanding woman's nature.
Joy  interacting with some of the young people.
Joy interacting with some of the young people.
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Uganda Youth Skills Training Organisation

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Maahe Bob
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Kampala, Uganda
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