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Global Menstrual Health Registry - ENGLISH
All around world, organizations and actors are working to address and improve menstrual health. The Menstrual Health Hub is creating a Global Menstrual Health Repository to help those working in this global community better understand who is doing what, where, and how, so that we can work more closely to strengthen collective impact.
By being part of the registry you allow us to contact you with more information, about the female and menstrual health community including our Menstrual Memo.
1.a. Who is the best contact for your organization / business? - FIRST NAME
1.b. Who is the best contact for your organization / business? - LAST NAME
1.c. What is their email address?
2. What is the name of your organization?
3. Please give us your website!
4. What is the address of your headquarters? Please add a whole address, with a street and a number, as well as a city and a postcode. (Not just a city!) THIS IS HOW WE PLACE YOU ON THE MAP.
5. Where is your regional focus? Please choose up to 3 regions.
Africa: North Africa
Africa: East Africa
Africa: West Africa
Africa: Southern Africa
Africa: Central Africa
America: North America
America: Latin America
Asia: Central Asia
Asia: East Asia
Asia: South Asia
Asia: Southeast Asia
Asia: West Asia
Europe: Eastern Europe
Europe: Northern Europe
Europe: Southern Europe
Europe: Western Europe
Oceania (including Australia, New Zealand, Micronesia and the many island regions)
6. What countries do you work in? Select all that apply.
Global (more than 50 countries)
Antigua and Barbuda
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Central African Republic
Democratic Repulbic of the Congo
Palestinian State (proposed)
Papua New Guinea
São Tomé and Príncipe
St. Kitts and Nevis
St. Vincent and the Grenadines
Trinidad and Tobago
United Arab Emirates
Vatican City (Holy See)
Western Sahara (proposed state)
7. TYPE: Describe your organization
Small Nonprofit Entity: Grassroots, community-based or small NGO (operating in one country, with less than 30 staff members)
Large Nonprofit Entity: International NGO or UN Agency (operating in multiple countries or with an annual operating budget of over $500,000.)
Social enterprise: (mix between nonprofit and for-profit)
For-profit Commercial Entity: (Femtech company, Small Business or Corporation)
Donor / Funder
Researcher / Research Institution
Government / Policy Maker
Independent: Educator, Trainer, Coach, Activist, Advocate, Artist, Consultant, etc.
Health worker, nurse or medical practitioner
Coalition, Convenor, Alliance or Network
8. Please give us a general description of what your organization does (i.e., one-liner, "about us" taken from your website, no more than 100 words)
9. When applicable, what was your reach in 2020 and what is your expected reach by 2025?
10. What are you currently working on? What are you fundraising for right now or seeking to fund? Please share brief information about 1-2 concrete projects / areas.
11. Select all the areas of menstrual health you would like more information about
Menstrual Products / Menstrual Care
Sustainable or environmentally-friendly menstruation (reusable options)
Health product or service to meet women and girls* needs
Menstrual Equity (affordable, safe access to menstrual products)
Menstrual Discomforts / Conditions / Disorders
Menstrual and Body Literacy
Menstrual Coaching / Cycle Wisdom Coaching
Menstrual Hygiene Management (MHM) / WASH (water, sanitation and health)
Sexual and Reproductive Health & Rights (SRHR) / Human rights
Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E)
Menstrual Health activism
Menstrual health Education and/or Awareness raising
Menstrual Health in Research
Menstrual Health in Policy
Menstrual Health Innovation
Menstrual Health in School Settings
Menstrual Health in the Workplace
Men and boys
The Global Menstrual Health Community
Key population 1 (BIPOC - black, indigenous and/or people of color)
Key population 2 (LGBTQIA+++, trans/nonbinary)
Key population 3 (detainees / persons in jail)
Key population 4 (people with disabilities)
Key population 5 (unhoused / unsheltered)
Key population 6 (refugees or asylum seekers)
Key population 7 (people in emergency contexts)
Key population 8 (sex workers)
Key population 9 (vulnerable children)
Thank you! Your organization will now be input into the Global Menstrual Health Registry.
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