International Menstrual Hygiene Day May 28 is around the corner.

Promoting an understanding of menstrual health in the workplace is essential as it enhances a growth and productivity environment. It helps to reduce the stigma that can adversely affect the well-being and productivity of women and girls in the workplace. Educating all staff, particularly males, about menstrual health is crucial. Without this knowledge, there is a risk of stigmatization that could affect the emotional and psychological state of female colleagues.

In partnership with Royalty World, we educate our male staff on menstrual health management and they equally serve as trainers during our campaigns and training sessions. This initiative not only bridges the knowledge gap but also contributes to a balanced and nurturing work culture. It ensures that women and girls feel valued and supported, both in the office and in fieldwork.

This approach helps to reduce gender imbalance at the job site and promote an inclusive and supportive environment for women and girls in the office and on the field.

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