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Strengthening the Capacity of schools in Managing

by Hope for Children Aid (HOCA)
Strengthening the Capacity of schools in Managing
Strengthening the Capacity of schools in Managing
Strengthening the Capacity of schools in Managing
Strengthening the Capacity of schools in Managing
Strengthening the Capacity of schools in Managing
Strengthening the Capacity of schools in Managing

Summary

Project Overview Menstrual is an integral and normal part of human life, indeed of human existence, and menstrual hygiene is fundamental to the dignity and wellbeing of women and girls and an important part of the basic hygiene, sanitation and reproductive health services to which every woman and girl has a right. Globally, approximately 52% of the female population (26% of the total population) is of reproductive age. Most of these women and girls will menstruate each month for between two and

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Challenge

Problem Analysis Although Menstrual is an integral and normal part of human life, indeed of human existence, the subject is however; too often a taboo has met many negative cultural hindrances and attitudes due to the perceptions among men and boys including the idea that menstruating women and girls are contaminated or dirty and impure". Women and girls in rural setting and particularly girls in schools suffer most stigma and lack of services and facilities to help themselves cope with physical

Solution

This project will train 300 school girls to locally make reusable sanitary pads to manage their menstrual hygiene and stay at school throughout the months in Yei County. This project will also support the selected schools to establish special rest rooms to enable girls have privacy during menstruation These rooms will be prove very useful for especially new girls who are taken unaware of their menstruation

Long-Term Impact

Increased school completion rate among targeted girls supported by the project Reduced stigma and isolation of girls from boys due to improved knowledge and understanding on menstrual hygiene. Reduced school absenteeism, reduced cost of purchase of disposal sanitary pads

Additional Documentation

This project has provided additional documentation in a Microsoft Excel file (projdoc.xls).

Organization Information

Hope for Children Aid (HOCA)

Location: Juba - South Sudan
Project Leader:
Anthony Sadalla
Juba, South Sudan

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