Water Sanitation & Hygiene (WASH)

Enugu in 2019 with Teen Afriq

In May 2019, World Menstrual Hygiene Day, CLICE Foundation and Teen Afriq were on the frontline at Enugu to advocate for the provision of water in rural communities and menstrual hygiene materials for girls in secondary schools and women, especially those  in rural communities. They also sensitized girls on menstrual hygiene management thus increasing awareness on menstrual hygiene management such as; application of WASH and proper disposal of used sanitary pad

Also, in June 2020, CLICE Foundation Partnered with: She Matters Foundation, Brendcare Foundation, PINK Africa Foundation, Strong Enough Girls and supported by Cross River State Primary Health Care Development Agency towards Sustainable Action for Menstrual Hygiene Management during COVID-19. Women and girls from low income communities were trained on how to make reusable sanitary pads. Increased knowledge on menstrual hygiene management. Dozens of menstrual hygiene materials were distributed (Sanitary pads, and menstrual bracelets), Hands-on training on menstrual hygiene management, Live streamed training reaching additional participants via social media, as well as a radio advocacy on Correct FM reaching over 2million listeners in Cross River State and Cameroon.

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