Violent Protesters Bully Menstruating Women Away from Hindu Temple, by Jerica Deck, Global Citizen.org, October, 2018
Break the Cycle: Meet the People who are Fighting to End Period Poverty, by Loren Savini, Allure Magazine, June, 2018
Nepalese women address horror of being banished to outside huts during periods, by Maya Oppenheim, Independent News, July 2018
Women who suffer period poverty more likely to suffer anxiety or depression, by Emma Elsworthy, Independent News, July 2018
She had no sanitary pads. No one knew and no one helped, by Judith Vonberg, CNN.com, 2018
Life stands still for many women and girls in India during their period. by Angela Dawn, CNN, May 28, 2017
Are We Finally Getting Over the Belief that Periods are Embarrassing? To fight for pads and tampons for all, we have to talk openly about menstruation. An Article in The Nation by Katha Pollitt, June, 2018.
We Found Out How The Creator Of Economic Pads, Suhani Jalota, Is Also Inventing Freedom For Many Learn about a project to provide menstrual products to women and girls in India on the IndiaWomenBlog.org by Lavanya Bahuguna
Meghan Markle: How Periods Affect Potential In Time Magazine, 2017. Read about what the latest member of the royal family has to say about the difficulties girls are facing in India and around the world.
Talking About Periods in Public a short video from NPR (March, 2018) with Jennifer Weiss-Wolf, author of Periods Gone Public: Taking a Stand for Menstrual Equity and others.
The Fight to End Period Shaming is Going Mainstream by Abigail Jones in Newsweek Magazine, 4/20/16.
Real Misconceptions that Men have had about Menstruation by Brooke Geller in Healthway, 11/13/17.
SNV launched the five-country Girls in Control menstrual hygiene pilot program in January 2014, building on insights and experience gained from implementing school-based water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) programs in 14 countries. This report presents the findings of baseline studies on the menstrual hygiene management of schoolgirls, conducted in the five project countries: Ethiopia, South Sudan, Tanzania, Uganda and Zimbabwe.
Menstruation is a global health problem - and we need to talk about it. In TheConversation.com, 8/13/15.