Health Stories

Families in poverty often grapple with a myriad of health challenges, and one particularly overlooked issue is the lack of access to proper menstrual hygiene management for girls and women. This problem can have far-reaching consequences, including hindering educational opportunities.

In many impoverished communities, girls often miss school during their menstrual cycles due to the unavailability of affordable and reliable feminine hygiene products. This absence not only disrupts their education but also perpetuates the cycle of poverty.

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