The difference made by a sanitary pad for a young girl

Menstruation is still taboo in many countries around the world, where it's often considered embarrassing or shameful. In many societies it is discussed in muted tones. Unfortunately, the ripple effect is that young girls across the country are forced to drop out of school because they cannot deal wi ...
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School Feeding Program: The difference made by one meal a day

‘A child who hasn’t eaten is unteachable. By feeding children, you’re starting to open the doors to learning,’ Head Teacher Obongi Primary School Arua District Access to education is today considered a basic human right as well as essential for both human and social development. Since the ...
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Maternal and Reproductive Health Rights

According to the 2011 Uganda Demographic Health Survey, Uganda’s maternal mortality rate was found to be 438 per 100,000 live births. Sub-Saharan Africa is still the most risky region in the world for a woman to give birth. Uganda accounts for 2% of annual maternal deaths globally. This translates ...
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The Male Engage Initiative

Men are often untapped yet a critical resource in diversity and inclusion efforts aimed at eliminating gender inequality. The Male Engage Initiative is a central strategy and a tested model by a global network of Civil Society Organizations working to involve men in advancing gender equality around ...
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