Advancement Of Metrics For Menstrual Hygiene Management In The Workplace Final Report


USAID's Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene Partnerships and Learning for Sustainability (WASHPaLS) activity invested in action research in 2019-2022 to better understand the relationship between menstruation and women’s opportunities for economic empowerment and growth. This final report presents the findings from the metrics and indicator development and field testing component of the activity. The final report presents data from survey data collection with over 1,000 working women. It also includes a 150+ item survey and 21 proposed indicators for monitoring menstruation related to work.

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Program Report
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USAID/Water, Sanitation, And Hygiene Partnerships And Learning For Sustainability (WASHPALS)
Bethany A. Caruso, Amelia Conrad, Allison Salinger, Madeleine Patrick, Mary Ellen Grap, Rinchen Doma, and Sheela Sinharoy (Emory University) and Anupama Ramaswamy and Aparna Stephen (Athena Infonomics LLC).
184 pages
Implementing Partners
Population Focus
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