GES organises events to climax World Menstrual Hygiene Day

Since 2014, each year on May 28, the world has observed Menstrual Hygiene Day, a global advocacy platform to promote good menstrual health and hygiene for all girls and women.

This year, through several activities, the Ghana Education Service observed World Menstrual Hygiene Day in schools, districts, regions, and at the national level under the theme “Together for a Period Friendly Ghana.”

At the national level, the day was commemorated with a float from Ritz Junction, Madina to create awareness and a grand durbar at the Presbyterian Boy’s Senior High School’s Assembly Hall

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The GES School Health Education Programme (SHEP) Unit, responsible for the health needs and total well-being of learners and staff coordinated the activities and events with support from other government agencies, non-profits, the private sector, individuals and the media.

In our pursuit of quality education for all, GES is committed to implementing interventions and programmes to address the unique challenges faced by girls and women in managing their menstruation with dignity and confidence.

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