Empowering Women, Enhancing Health: Fatima Sharif, NSP in STMA & EKMA Women’s Commissioner Menstrual Hygiene Project

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In many communities, menstruation remains a topic of taboo, shrouded in silence and stigma. The NASPA WOCOM for STMA/EKMA recognizes the importance of addressing this critical issue, and is proud to launch a Menstrual Hygiene Projects for communities in the Metropolitan Assembly.

According to STMA/EKMA WOCOM Fatima sharif, this project aims to educate, empower, and support women and girls in our community, promoting healthy habits and breaking down barriers. She believes that every individual deserves access to accurate information, safe products, and a supportive environment, enabling them to manage their menstrual health with dignity and confidence.

Through this initiative, Fatima sharif and her team will be providing workshops, resources, and advocacy, tackling topics on:

Menstrual health and hygiene
Product availability and accessibility
Breaking down stigmas and taboos
Creating a supportive community


Proper menstrual hygiene is essential not only for physical health but also for maintaining dignity and mental well-being. Despite its importance, menstrual hygiene remains a challenge for many women and girls, especially in low-income communities and developing countries.
To address the pressing need for menstrual hygiene products, we are reaching out for sanitary pad donations. Here’s how you can help: Monetary donations and product donations

Helping to spread the word about menstrual hygiene issues and the need for donations can mobilize a broader community response.
So join us from 28th of May 2024 to June as we educate young girls on menstrual hygiene and putting smiles on our girls faces.


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