Women, girls empowered in menstrual hygiene management

Inspire to Rise Founder Wendy Laryea joined school girls to mark the Menstrual Hygiene Day

Hundreds of school girls and women gathered at the Zimmerman Presbyterian Chapel in Odumase Krobo in the Eastern Region for an empowerment programme as regards menstrual hygiene.

The programme, put together by non-governmental organisation Inspire to Rise in collaboration with the Ghana Education Service and the Lower Manya Krobo District Assembly, was to mark Menstrual Hygiene Day on Monday, May 28.

Some health experts were on hand to deliver talks
Most of the participants were school girls

The theme for the programme was ‘Empowering Women and Girls Through Menstrual Hygiene Management’.

Wendy Laryea is the Founder of Inspire To Rise
Some of the participants asked questions during the programme
Other health professionals joined the programme
A gesture to show the knowledge gained after the programme

The Special Guest was the Paramount Queenmother for Manya Klo Traditional Area, Nana Aplam II.

Special Guest Nana Aplam II
Guests at the programme


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