Pilot intervention report – Menstrual health in Rhino Camp refugee settlement West Nile, Uganda (2017)
With support from WoMena Uganda, ZOA implemented a MHM pilot intervention in Rhino Camp Refugee Settlement to assess the acceptability of introducing menstrual cups and reusable pads as part of their Teach Me More school-based programme.
A qualitative study – Drivers and challenges to use of menstrual cups among schoolgirls in rural Uganda (2017)
This flagship publication by WoMena team focuses on the acceptability of the menstrual cup (MC) among schoolgirls in rural Uganda. The study finds that after the girls get used to the cup, 94% of them reported they would continue using it.
Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights – Agreements and disagreements a background document of the evidence base (2016)
This publication is a joint project of the Working Group on Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights. In the 2016 edition WoMena contributed a chapter on Menstrual Health (see pages 69-71).
Pilot Study Report (2012)
Assessing acceptability and hygienic safety of menstrual cups as a menstrual management method for vulnerable young women in Uganda Red Cross Society’s Life Planning Skills Project.