WoMena Uganda received funding from ZOA to conduct Menstrual Health Management activities with the aim of scaling up menstrual health education and menstrual cup provision in ZOAs school-based programming in Imvepi Refugee settlement. WoMena’s role is to support ZOA as professionals in conducting MHM and MC Training for the community members and the schools of Lanya primary school. Lanya Primary school constitutes of mainly refugees from Southern Sudan and a smaller number of children from the host community. The Menstrual kit that will be distributed has been developed according to the UNHCR standards and the materials will be purchased by ZOA.
Conduct a two-day Refresher Training of Trainers (ToTs) from Imvepi Refugee Settlement that had earlier in 2017 received the Menstrual Health Management (MHM) and Menstrual Cup (MC) training from WoMena Uganda in collaboration with Care International.
Implement community sensitization to 103 community members both male and female on MHM, menstrual cup use and care and an eight-day training of beneficiaries on MHM, menstrual cup use and care and distribution of 296 menstrual kits to adolescent teenage girls and four female teachers of Lanya Primary School
With support from WoMena, ZOA will conduct three months follow up to the beneficiaries.