CLASS ATTENDANCE IMPROVE AFTER DISTRIBUTION OF PADS
Class attendance by adolescent girls, at Kabanana and New Ngombe Primary Schools in Lusaka, has reportedly improved in the last 3 months, due to the distribution of sanitary pads.
Managements at the 2 schools, say this is under the menstrual health care support provided for the learners, by ADRA Zambia, a faith-based organisation.
And ADRA Senior Programme Officer, CAROLINE MWEWA says menstrual poverty has remained one of the challenges affecting adolescent school girls in rural and peri urban areas.
Ms MWEWA was speaking today, during a donation of re-usable sanitary pads to over 1,200 girls at the two schools.
Source – ZNBC
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