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As part of the extensive preparations for the 2021 Menstrual Health Symposium – ACMHM, a review paper was commissioned to consider some of the key issues, highlights, successes and challenges within menstrual health management, with a specific focus on East and Southern Africa. This rapid review was commissioned to take stock and document progress made in ESA since the 2018 Symposium, including at country level, and with the additional purpose of assessing and documenting the impact of the strengthened advocacy through the ACMHM.
Worldwide, a large number of girls and women struggle to manage their menstruation in a dignified way. They not only lack access to menstrual health products, correct knowledge about menstruation and support from their communities but also have limited access to suitable and safe facilities for changing and disposing of sanitary materials.