Looking back at MH Day 2021

A series of 13 official campaign illustrations were created by six different artists for Menstrual Hygiene Day 2021.

Pandora’s Box

The Menstruation Bracelet

Volleyball players from EVS in Ängelholm, Sweden, showing off their Menstruation Bracelets (Anna Haak, Filippa Brink, Daniella Åström, Lucas Gustavsson)
World Bank representatives wearing the virtual Menstruation Bracelet (image provided by WASH United)

Lighting up the World

Images provided by WASH United

Symposiums and Events

  • The importance of a multi-sectoral approach to MHH programming
  • Programmatic interventions, including understanding and identifying how to build effective and innovative programming models
  • Financing and partnerships
  • Research, monitoring, and evaluation

Overall Impressions

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