Making Menstrual Health Management an Everyday Priority, from Coffee Tables to Policy Tables

From left to right: Eli-Anne Anwi Tembeng, Founder of Hope for a Better Tomorrow (HOBET) and Women Deliver Young Leader and Tanjila Mazumder Drishti, BRAC Senior Manager and Women Deliver Young Leader

For this year’s Menstrual Hygiene Day, Women Deliver Young Leaders Tanjila Mazumder Drishti of Bangladesh and Eli-Anne Anwi Tembeng of Cameroon came together to share the need for a holistic approach to menstrual health management, even in times of crisis — from increasing access to menstrual health products and education to building gender-sensitive infrastructure and applying a gender and youth lens to health policy and pandemic responses.



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