We were at the community secondary school Obukpa in Nsukka LGA to period talk Equity watch initiative visited community secondary school Obukpa in Nsukka LGA to encage girls on menstrual hygiene education. At this event we had student in their numbers who were happy to learn and also received free re-useable pads.We will like to […]
E-WIN visits schools in Nsukka to educate students about menstrual health education February 12 2024
Equity watch initiative visited some schools to educate students concerning menstrual hygiene management in Nsukka local government area in Enugu state. EQUITY WATCH INITIATIVE [E-WIN] menstrual health education and hygiene management (MHM) aims to empower young girls, with knowledge, confidence, and access to resources to manage their periods comfortably, hygienically, and without shame. In this
Equity Watch Initiative team met with the Commissioner for Children, Gender Affairs and Social Development February 2023
Equity Watch Initiative team met with the Commissioner for Children, Gender Affairs and Social Development Strategic advocacy is the key to advancing GVB work in rural communities in Nigeria. EQUITY WATCH INITIATIVE [E-WIN]Equity Watch Initiative team met with the Commissioner for Children, Gender Affairs and Social Development @Hon. Ngozi Valentine Enih for increased attention on
Equity Watch Initiative embarked on sensitization/advocacy visit to Ministry of Youths and Sports, Enugu state.
Equity Watch Initiative embarked on sensitization/advocacy visit to Ministry of Youths and Sports, Enugu state. Matters bothering on focused attention on the young people particularly girls in rural communities in Nsukka with regards to menstrual health education and menstrual hygiene management, and prevention of violence against girls particularly sexual violence were discussed with the honorable
E-WIN provides free menstrual health education for students in Iheaka Girls Secondary school in Igboeze South LGA, Enugu state.
Menstruation is a natural biological process that many girls and women experience, but it is often shrouded in taboos and misinformation, coupled with lack of access to menstrual products. By providing menstrual health education, we hope to break down these barriers and create a more open and better understanding of MHM. EQUITY WATCH INITIATIVE [E-WIN]
Menstrual health education is a crucial aspect of promoting overall health and well-being and empowering adolescent girls, particularly in rural communities where access to information and resources are limited. Implementing menstrual hygiene management programs in secondary schools can have a significant impact on the confidence, and academic performance of young girls. By providing comprehensive education
Period poverty is a pressing issue that affects millions of girls and women worldwide, particularly in rural communities where access to sanitary products are limited. Lack of access to menstrual health products impacts girl child education and makes her vulnerable to abuse. With the support of Girls Opportunity Alliance , we conducted a train the
Yesterday the 3rd July, 2023, Our executive Director Dr Chiemezie Atama was a speaker at the health conference organized by Students of the Faculty of the Social Sciences, University of Nigeria, Nsukka to kick start the 2023 Faculty of the Social Science cultural week. Though, she was invited to speak on Menstrual hygiene, she also
It was an amazing two days of training of 5hrs each day with Rhea and Harsh of ALT UNFOLD on Comprehensive Sexuality Education organized by European Women’s Lobby in Partnership with Equity Watch Initiative EQUITY WATCH INITIATIVE [E-WIN] The UNESCO International Technical Guidance on Sexuality Education and IPPE framework , the European Women’s Lobby Feminists
Sexual and Reproductive Health is one of the things that society has not been fair to adolescents about especially in our African Society. Not talking about it is causing more harm than good. As part of our celebration of the World menstrual Hygiene Day 2023, we distributed 4000 pads to girls in rural communities and