Engaging Men to Improve Menstrual Hygiene Management in the Workplace

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. Taking place in two factories in Nepal and two in Kenya, the action research took a multi-pronged approach. This learning brief discusses how USAID the action research engaged men at two Nepali and two Kenyan workplaces, highlighting case studies of approaches in each country and key learnings.

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