As part of the Hope Spring Pad-Bank Initiative, Hope Spring Water Charity Foundation will be organizing Menstrual Hygiene Management (MHM) workshops in schools across 5 locations in different states in Nigeria.
Hope Spring Water initiated the Pad-Bank project to empower women and young girls with the right knowledge to demystify menstruation myths and end period poverty. Since inception of the initiative in 2017, the project has impacted over 12,000 women and girls across various communities in Nigeria and attracting various local and international partners.
In order to mark the 2019 Menstrual Hygiene Day, Hope Spring Water will be organizing Menstrual Hygiene Management Workshops in schools across Nigeria. The target schools are located in 5 regions across the country, namely; Abuja, Lagos, Ogun, Enugu and Nsukka.
In line with this year’s theme – “Time for Action” – the workshop will be focused on raising menstrual hygiene champions amongst school children who will serve as change agents to end stigmatization and demystify menstruation myths in their communities.
Participants will receive sanitary pads courtesy of our partner, Lady Care Nigeria.
Interested in Partnership / Sponsorship?
Kindly reach out to Mr Temple Oraeki on 08135402302 or reach us via mail at email@example.com
Donations can be made through www.hopespring.org.uk/nigeria/donate
Interested in Volunteering?
Kindly reach out to the following coordinators at the different locations for further enquiries on schedule and volunteering opportunities:
Lagos: Ms. Ruth Uwandu – 08166045565
Ogun: Mrs Shade Balogun – 08033770358
Enugu and Nsukka: Mr. Emmanuel Ezeh – 07038427342
Abuja: Mr Kazeem Biriowo – 08034997833