2019 Menstrual Hygiene Day: BrenCare Foundation launches outreach, calls for support

2019 Menstrual Hygiene Day: BrenCare Foundation launches outreach, calls for support


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Did you know that in our ancient city of Calabar, out of 500 government school girls randomly sampled, half that number have no premenarcheal training which had led to poor menstrual hygiene practices among this energetic young girls?


 Oh you should see how embarrassed they feel when they shared their sad experiences with our team.


The worst is most of them are already dealing with infections such as yeast, urogenital tract infections among others as a result of unhygienic menstrual absorbents used at this tender age.

Because Talk is cheap, Victoria Archibong has decided to join force with BrenCare Foundation to educate at least for a start 300 girls from 20 government secondary schools on the importance of Menstrual Hygiene while also handing-out the acceptable menstrual absorbents ( Sanitary Pads)...

Beyond the commemoration of the 'Menstrual Hygiene Day' on the 28th of May it's also her _'Birth Anniversary'_ on the 31st of May.

You can join them in making a difference for our very own home girls.

Soon, they will be able to provide for themselves but for now we can help them glow with pride.

You can express your Noble citizenship by sending in your *kindlya* support through Emmy (call 08176591788) or your *cash* support to 0226344974 GTB Savings Account.

They would appreciate whatever support they can get from you and will share feedback on the progress made.

Thank you!

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