An online panel discussion with a focus on Kenya and Tanzania on Wed, Feb 23 TOPIC: Understanding the Menstrual Health Landscape in East Africa: Learning from MH policies and programs in Kenya and Tanzania SPONSORS: Days for Girls,, the Irise Institute, the The Government of Uganda, and African Women’s Development Fund SPEAKERS: See speakers listed on photo below DATE: 23 Feb 2022 TIME: 10:00-11:30 AM EAT (i.e. 7:00 am GMT / 2:00 am EST) REGISTRATION LINK: http://shorturl.at/cyA35 (or swipe the QR code below)
On Tuesday, September 14th, at 12 pm CEST, WASH United will host a Zoom webinar discussion about their MHM Education Guide. The session will focus on this resource, and how partners have been using it in South Asia and Sub-Saharan Africa.
In honor of MH Day, Days for Girls – in conjunction with several honorary cosponsors (of which IMHER is one) – will be sponsoring an interactive webinar about the effect of the pandemic on refugees with respect to menstruation. The webinar will be held on May 26 6:00-7:00 am UTC. Click here to register, and to read a description of the event. After the event, the IMHER research team will be contributing to a post-webinar report that will focus on key takeaways from the discussion. Additionally, Days for Girls will record and post the proceedings after the event, for those who are unable to attend.
On Thursday, February 18th, starting at 8 AM EST, Period Posse based at Columbia University will host a Zoom webinar focused on including the voices of women and girls in the MHM project life cycle. The webinar will feature a number of experts using innovative consultation methods designed to more fully integrate the views of menstruators into MHM work.
On Thursday, Feb 25, from 10:00-11:00 AM EAT, Days for Girls and the African Coalition for Menstrual Health Management will co-host a Zoom Webinar focused on menstrual health policy in East and Southern Africa. The webinar will feature a number of speakers working on menstrual health issues and policy in the region. IMHER is an honorary co-host of the event.
Key highlights from a recent report developed by the UNFPA, Days for Girls, and African Coalition for Menstrual Health Management focused on lessons learned from the Covid-19 pandemic.
The days before, during, and after Menstrual Hygiene Day / May 28 always tend to be a busy time for those who do work related to menstrual health. This year features many different webinars and events, some pertaining to Covid-19, and some not. Here, we feature a selection of them: May 21, 2020 – 8th Virtual Conference on MHM in Schools, with the theme “Innovation in MHM: Putting Girls at the Center” (link) May 26 – “Menstrual Health – Lessons from the Field” (link) A webinar on “why funders and practitioners should invest in a cross-sectoral approach to addressing menstrual health May 27 – “Menstrual Health Responses to…
A group of menstrual hygiene partner organizations based in India will be holding a webinar on 14 Jan 2020 called “Scrap the Period Tax,” which will focus on menstrual product taxation in middle- and low-income countries.
It is not too late to benefit from the last Period Posse webinar on menstrual hygiene research, even if you happened to miss it when it first aired on September 11. A recording of the session – “New Research: Updates from Menstrual Trials in Kenya, Uganda & The Gambia” – is now available for viewing. Don’t miss their next session on U.S. and U.K. menstrual policy, to be held on October 8.
Past webinars too often tend to get forgotten, even when their content is just as useful and informative as the day it was initially delivered. In light of that, we thought we would call your attention to the content of an excellent webinar series conducted by MH Alliance, including WASH United, Simavi, World Vision and GIZ back in 2018.