For many girls, sanitary pads are too expensive and therefore the alternative they use is either a rag or tissue paper. Since both must be changed very frequently, many girls miss a week of school each month and stay at home so they can easily change. This is a significant amount of education that they’re missing out on and therefore reusable sanitary pads are a good alternative as they’re fairly easy to make, cost-effective and since they’re made of cloth with a plastic lining, they last much longer. On the 21st of June, Pen to Paper Ghana collaborated with the organisation ACESWorld to run a menstrual hygiene and reusable pad training session for 65 called ‘Pads4Learning’. The programme wa

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