MHM Advocates in Kenya are doing a tremendous work to put menstruation on the agenda!

Trine Angeline Sig
Posted May 15, 2019 from Denmark

Last week I, Trine Angeline Sig joined Miss Roisa Kerry and Miss Umulkheir H Mohamed to talk about menstruation at KTN News Kenya. Please find the time do watch, learn and support this very important agenda - as we call for everybody to join our #mhm movement to #leavenoonebehind.

Together we can accelerate advocacy and action on menstrual hygiene. We need more action to change negative social norms and practices, to ensure everyone has access to proper products and quality information, and yes we need more action from governments, funders, UN agencies and the private sector too.

Only together can we create a world in which no woman or girl is left behind because of her period, and Yes! Together we can!

#its_time_for_action #mhm #safepad #educationiskey #No_more_limits #safepadkenya #MhM2019 #SDG5 #SDG4 #ItsTimeForAction  

This story was submitted in response to Menstruation Matters.

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Lisbeth
May 15
May 15

It's really great news, I hope one day a similar happens in Ghana. We are on it.

Trine Angeline Sig
May 15
May 15

Thanks - I hope so too. Lets come together GHANA to make it happen!

SIMON MUREU
May 16
May 16

GOOD OF YOU AND THE ktn TV IN kENYA AND do you remember last year when a man called Otieno donated towels to shcool girls and was fought off by some kenyan women----ahha

Jill Langhus
May 16
May 16

Hi Trine,

Thanks for sharing your update. Great job!

Hello, Trine,

Congratulations for this breakthrough in Kenya! I’m rooting for you and your movement to be all over the world.

So happy to get in touch with you in FB. I am hoping that SafePads will be also be launched in the Philippines soon.

Please keep us posted!

ANJ ANA
Sep 06
Sep 06

Good work Trine... Keep it up. best regards, anjana

Trine Angeline Sig
Sep 08
Sep 08

Thanks a lot and do let me know if you see ways of cooperation.

Hugs Trine