The programme, attended by 80 students from the physical disability, albinism, and deaf communities, covered topics such as physiological changes in adolescents, the female reproductive organ, personal cleanliness, and menstrual disorder management. The students expressed gratitude for the training, sharing their newfound knowledge on managing menstruation.

Madam Adzigbey told that she was motivated to organize the programme after observing that girls with disabilities are often excluded from menstrual hygiene day celebrations by state institutions and civil society organizations. She sought to ensure that the disability community was included and empowered with vital knowledge.


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