As part of an effort aimed at reducing infectious diseases that could be contracted when old rags are used during menstruation, crowned queen of the Face of Niger-Delta Cultural Pageant
In 2014, people started celebrating Menstrual Hygiene Day to spread awareness about the importance of good menstrual hygiene. It is celebrated on May 28 and the date represents the standard menstrual
2 Jun 2021
Minister of Women Affairs and Social Development, Dame Pauline Tallen, has advise girls and women on menstrual hygiene, saying: “Young girls and women should not have to pause their lives because it is that time of the month.”
30 May 2021
The wife of Ogun State Governor, Mrs. Bamidele Abiodun, has called for actions to address issues around menstrual hygiene as well as creation of more awareness to change the negative social norms around it.
13 Sep 2020
Against the backdrop of the coronavirus pandemic, we cannot understate the need for proper personal hygiene. A pandemic need not remind us to take care of our own body. Every day, you come into contact with millions of outside germs and viruses. They can stay on your body, and in some cases, make you sick.…
3 Aug 2019
Keeping good hygiene during your menstrual period is very important so much so that May 28 of every year has been set aside to celebrate Menstrual Hygiene Day. Menstrual Hygiene Day is aimed at raising the awareness and importance of good menstrual hygiene management. Initiated by the German-based NGO WASH United in 2014, it aims…
6 Jun 2019
A group, Toilet Kulture Initiative has urged Federal Government to fast track policies on menstrual hygienic to address some of the challenges faced by girl-child.
13 Dec 2018
Seyi Alaka, a student of Oshodi Comprehensive High School failed part of her 2018 Junior Secondary School BECE (Basic Education Certificate Examination) because some of the exams were written when she was on her menstrual cycle. She would have loved to write her exams when her mates did. But her parents’ inability to buy her…
10 Nov 2016
WaterAid Nigeria has advocated for the budgetary allocation for menstrual and sanitary hygiene in schools so as to help girls remain in school all through the year and not skip school because they are on their menstrual period.
9 Jul 2016
Atinuke is the first of four girls, passionate about giving back to the Society and committed extensively to community development. A graduate of Microbiology from Moshood Abiola ...