An executive summary has just been published of a recent report, “Advancing Menstrual Health, Education, and Economic Progress,” a collaborative research effort between DLA Piper, New Perimeter, and Days for Girls.
A new indispensable resource to a great many working on MHH and MHM issues around the world has been released, and the e-book version of it is free to access. In this blog post, IMHER highlights a few key aspects of this 1,028 page, 72 chapter edited volume.
This is a review of the new 2019 “Breaking Barriers” report about challenges faced by entrepreneurs in the southern and eastern regions of Africa. While its main focus is on technological entrepreneurship in those regions, it also has a good deal to say of interest to female menstrual health entrepreneurs and leaders anywhere.