Menstrual hygiene has been identified as one of the major causes of school drop out especially among teenage girls in primary schools in Uganda,
Pakanyi Sub County, In Masindi district, about 80% of the girls miss up to 38% of the school days during their menstruation periods”. While in other school girls still use small old pieces of clothes as sanitary towels.
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The Need for intervention
With young girls missing up to 38% of school days due to menstruation, there is urgent need to intervene with appropriate solution to ensure more girls don't miss school due to menstrual related challenges.
Safeplan Uganda is looking forward to working with you as partners to ensure 2,000 girls in Masindi recieve reusable sanitary pads each year over the next three years.
The project will reach 2,000 girls annually with a packet of reusable sanitary pads targeting six (6) Sub counties starting with Miirya, Pakanyi, Labongo, Kigulya Division, Karujubi Division and Budongo Sub County,benefiting a total of 36 schools altogether.
Each girl child aged between 11-15 years will receive a packet of reusable sanitary pad (containing 4 pads) across Masindi district, the project will last for 3 years starting 2023-2025.
HELP VERY YOUNG ADOLESCENTS (VYAs) In UGANDA
Our Organisation focuses on Young ADOLESCENT in MASINDI With knowledge and awareness of their BODY.
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