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Support for Menstrual Hygiene Helps Girls Stay in School and Reduce Their Risk of HIV Infection

As part of DREAMS Innovation Challenge, Brick by Brick Uganda launched a project to keep girls in secondary school. The project teaches girls to make reusable menstrual pads, renovates or builds clean and private washrooms to support menstrual hygiene at school, and trains teachers and students in sexual and reproductive health, including HIV prevention.

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2017 EWEC Progress Report: Improving Health for Every Woman, Every Child, and Every Adolescent

Over the past four decades, JSI has supported more than 80 countries to build and maintain health systems that are capable of delivering life-saving services and products to women, children, and adolescents, whenever and wherever they need them. JSI began supporting the Millennium Development Goals in 2011 with the Every Woman Every Child (EWEC) campaign, […]

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Improving Community Health Services

In Madagascar, maternal and child health issues are persistent–10 women die each day as a result of pregnancy or birth-related complications and 100 children die each day from preventable causes. The country is predominantly rural; around 64 percent of its total 25 million inhabitants live in rural areas, where their communities are known as fokontany, […]