Right Path supports menstrual hygiene management through its “Girlcare program”. The program applies a mix of strategies that involve various stakeholders including; local governments, schools, teachers, communities, and volunteers to educate young girls and women about menstrual hygiene in a friendlier manner.

Though, due to the lack of adequate menstrual hygiene materials and safe spaces, some local communities still consider menstruation as taboo, causing young girls and women discomfort, anxiety, shame, and restricted movements to the extent that, majority of the girls in marginalized communities end up skipping or even dropping out of school.

Right Path places emphasis on teaching young girls and women in marginalized communities how to locally make washable sanitary pads and their proper usage, thus, creating a more inclusive environment.

The program also advocates for the girl child education.Read More