About the campaign

“Safe Menstruation: Right and Dignity” is a Menstrual Hygiene Management campaign initiated by GUTHI. The campaign focuses on promoting menstrual hygiene awareness and breaking irrelevant menstrual myths and taboos. GUTHI will be running a social media campaign through facebook. Many youths and relevant personalities have been supporting GUTHI.

We encourage everyone to join this campaign participating in the various activities and events through the following links; 

Visit page: https://www.facebook.com/guthinp/ and https://www.facebook.com/periodtalks/

Write to us for more E-mail: mail@guthi.net

Menst​rual Hygiene Management Campaign

सेनिटरी प्याड किन्न, छोरीलाई बुबाको एक हजार दाम

काठमाडौ ९ जेठ । ‘मेरो छोरीलाई पहिलोपल्ट महिनावारी हुँदा म घरमा थिईन । छोरीले बुबासँग सेनेटरी प्याड किन्न पैसा मागिछन् । ‘बुबा मलाई मिन्स् भएको छ, प्याड किन्न पैसा पाऊँ’ भनेपछि श्रीमती नभएको बेला छोरीलाई महिनावारी भएपछि बुबा चाहिं अलासतलास हुनुभएछ ।

Read more: सेनिटरी प्याड किन्न, छोरीलाई बुबाको एक हजार दाम

कागजमा मुक्त, व्यवहारमा युक्त

छाउगोठ जस्ताको तस्तै

-बसन्तप्रताप सिंह

Read more: कागजमा मुक्त, व्यवहारमा युक्त

Leave no one behind: MHM is a core to achieve SDGs in WASH

 

Neha Basnet, Research and Outreach Officer, GUTHI

My Participation in the Menstrual Hygiene Management (MHM) training of Trainers (TOT) has been a great source of learning to me getting familiar with the terms and techniques of menstrual management as well as applying them to my day to day work in the community.

Read more: Leave no one behind: MHM is a core to achieve SDGs in WASH

महिनावारी र ‘पाप’

-डा. अरूणा उप्रेती

Read more: महिनावारी र ‘पाप’

Nepal’s Ministry of Water Supply and Sanitation Commits to Break the Silence on Menstruation

Honourable State Minister Mr. Deepak Khadka and Joint Secretary Mr. Rajan Raj Pandey of the Ministry of Water Supply and Sanitation (MoWSS) at the Policy Consultation Workshop on Menstrual Hygiene Management in Nagarkot, Nepal

Read more: Nepal’s Ministry of Water Supply and Sanitation Commits to Break the Silence on Menstruation

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