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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.
NAME: What is the name of your organization?
TYPE: Describe your organization
small NGO (operating in one country, usually at the grassroots level with less than 20 staff members)
international NGO (operating in multiple countries, as a franchise, or with an annual operation budget of over $500,000.)
social enterprise or Femtech enterprise (profit-oriented business model)
researcher / research institution
educator or trainer
independent menstrual activist / advocate
Which 'PAVING PATHWAY' best describes your approach to menstrual health?
Menstrual Hygiene Management (MHM): WASH-focus, mostly work happening in a developing country
Femtech / social enterprise: business innovation around menstrual health
Menstrual & Body literacy / 5th Vital Sign: Education / awareness related to holistic physical and emotional health, healing and well-being
Menstrual Equity: (policy to make products safe, affordable and accessible)
clinical / medical research
Menstrual care / corporate products:
Sustainable / environmentally-friendly menstruation
Who is best contact for your organization?
Their email is
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)
I / we approach menstrual health from a _______ approach
WASH (water, sanitation and hygiene)
Education / empowerment
Policy / legal
My organzation's PRIMARY focus on menstrual health is on (pick 1-2 answers)
Improving WASH facilities
An element of technology (i.e. an app or a fertility bracelet)
Do you have more information about your menstrual health program(s)? WHO are you working with? WHAT do you do? WHEN do you do this? WHERE (city / setting)? HOW do you do this?
Where is your regional focus? Please choose up to 3 regions.
South East Asia
Oceania (including Australia, New Zealand, Micronesia and the many island regions)
What countries do you work in? Select all that apply.
Global (more than 50 countries)
Antigua and Barbuda
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Central African Republic
Congo, Democratic Republic of the
Congo, Republic of
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)
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.
Are you collaborating with any organizations? If so, which ones? Please indicate with WHO, WHERE and WHEN (the dates) this collaboration is taking place, plus a brief text about the collaboration.
Who is the focus of your work? I.e., your target audience?
Girls in school
Girls out of school
Working women (formal sectors)
Working women (informal sectors)
Community at large
The Menstrual Health Community
What will help strengthen your work around menstrual health?
More collaboration opportunities
Access to local manufacturers
Marketing / communications / campaigning help
Innovative educational materials for GIRLS and WOMEN
Innovative educational materials for BOYS and MEN
Innovative educational materials for TRAINERS
Best practices: Policy guidelines
Tools to perform better M&E
Access to more funding opportunities
Chronological and categorized research
Seeing who is doing what, where
Learning about new innovative projects
More research from my country
Anything else you want to share with the MH Hub for now?
Last thing: please give us your website!
Thank you! Your organization will now be input into the Global Menstrual Health Registry.
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