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The Days for Girls program educates girls about menstruation, reproductive system and sexually transmitted diseases.

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UPDATE FROM HARAPAN SUMBAWA PROJECT By CARLOS FERRANDIZ

  I would like to thank The Priscilla Hall Memorial Foundation for their  collaboration regarding the renovation of part of the Harapan Center, which has been super useful to be able to assure the safety of my team and to assure the quarantine. The building that you ( PHMF ) sponsored is now used by

Counselling The Importance of Maintaining Female Hygiene for Girls Students in Swadaya Kualeu Private Middle School, NTT

The female area is a sensitive and vital part for every woman. Therefore, it is important to pay attention to cleanliness in this intimate area. Poor hygiene area of women, will trigger various problems including infection. FMCH Indonesia, also concerned about the health and hygiene of womanhood, then on March 14, 2020, FMCH conducted an

Feminine Hygiene Counseling for Posyandu Mothers in Lanu Village, NTT

On March 5, 2020, the Foundation for Mother and Child Health (FMCH) Indonesia distributed 48 packages of Environmentally Friendly Sanitary Napkins from Days for Girls (DfG) to Posyandu mothers in Lanu Village. In addition, the DfG Trainer from FMCH Indonesia also provided counselling on the importance of Feminine Hygiene, due to the lack of knowledge

AUSTRALIAN DAYS for GIRLS —- INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY 2020

CLICK MORE TO READ OUR POST IN BAHASA INDONESINA.                     The Priscilla Hall Memorial Foundation and The Rotary Club of Glen Innes NSW on this special day recognise & thank the Australian DfG Chapters who support our work in the distribution of hygiene DfG kits to

Celebrating Valentine’s Day in the Style of NTT Young Women: Learning Reproductive Health

Wednesday, February 14, 2020: A total of 75 young women in Lanu Village, Amanatun Selatan-Nusa Tenggara Timur District West Timor celebrated Valentine’s Day by attending the Days for Girls training program. This was organised by the Foundation for Mother and Child Health Indonesia, with the aim that these young women would love and understand self,

Socialization of Reproductive Health for girls and teachers – Kodi-SBD, SuryaKupang

Socialization of Reproductive Health for girls and teachers at SMP Negeri 1 Kodi Utara, Thursday (1/30/20). The Project Hope Sumba health division team provided information on reproductive health to 60 students and teachers in SMP Negeri 1 Kodi Utara. This socialization focuses on how to overcome reproductive health problems experienced by women such as menstruation,
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