The Population Council’s Girl Innovation, Research, and Learning (GIRL) Center and Evidence for Gender and Education Resource (EGER) program hosted the second virtual webinar of its From Data to Action Series, “Informing Menstrual Health Management Programs” on Wednesday, February 16th. The webinar featured a global systematic review and results from a randomized trial in Kenya on menstrual health management (MHM) programs. ZanaAfrica shared perspectives on program implementation and how the evidence is shaping their approach.
- Karen Austrian – Director, GIRL Center, Population Council
- Nicole Haberland – Senior Associate, Population Council
- Beth Kangwana – Executive Director, Population Council Kenya
- Megan White Mukuria – Founder, ZanaAfrica
- Webinar slides
- Journal article: Effects of sanitary pad distribution and reproductive health education on upper primary school attendance and reproductive health knowledge and attitudes in Kenya: a cluster randomized controlled trial
- Journal article: Policies and interventions to remove gender-related barriers to girls' school participation and learning in low- and middle-income countries: A systematic review of the evidence