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  1. Lessons learnt on the implementation of menstrual hygiene management in Karamoja, Uganda * (2017)
    Hekel, Daniel C.
  2. Menstrual hygiene management compliance in primary schools in Uganda: a case of Lira Municipality * (2017)
    Ojuka, Alex
  3. Menstrual hygiene management in Ghana: understanding the socio-cultural, economic, political factors, challenges and opportunities * (2017)
    Asimah-Agodoa, Seyram Ama
  4. Menstrual hygiene management to improve attendance of primary school-aged girls in Central North, Burkina Faso * (2017)
    KABORE/ILBOUDO, Isseta
  5. Moving forward: findings from menstrual hygiene management formative research in Bangladesh * (2017)
    Coultas, Mimi
  6. Practices and effects of menstrual hygiene management in rural Bangladesh * (2017)
    Mondal, Biplob Kanti
  7. Sustainable approaches to scaling MHM * (2017)
    Kiiza, Samuel Andrew
  8. The influence of real time learning in WASH programming * (2017)
    Padilla, Angela
  9. The need to have a multifaceted and mainstreamed approach to addressing menstrual hygiene management: a case study from Kenya * (2017)
    Kidney, Maria
  10. Girls in Control. An analysis of a menstrual hygiene management approach at scale [Distance Learning] (2016)
    Halcrow, Gabrielle
  11. Menstrual health management in some selected basic schools in Ghana * (2016)
    Abanyie, Samuel
  12. Menstrual hygiene: engaging with governments to strengthen programmes of action * (2016)
    Tripathy, Anjali
  13. Supporting sanitation and hygiene in prisons: WaterAid's support for Bolle detention centre in Mali * (2016)
    Traore, Moussa Alou
  14. History of water and sanitation in the UK: the impact on the domestic lives of women (2015)
    Chen, Ci
  15. Mainstreaming menstrual hygiene management: lessons from a decade of programme and policy work * (2015)
    Mirza, S. Y.
  16. Meeting gender & menstrual hygiene needs in MSF-OCA health structures * (2015)
    Mena, Rubis
  17. Social and psychological impact of limited access to sanitation: MHM and reproductive tract infections * (2015)
    Mishra, Vinod Kumar
  18. Universalization of sanitary napkin use is not menstrual hygiene management * (2015)
    Chadha, D.
  19. Assessment of secondary school sanitation in Egor Local Government Area of Edo State, Nigeria [Distance Learning] (2014)
    Alufohai, (Ojimadu) Oruare Ekemoriere
  20. Breaking the silence: a new initiative for menstrual hygiene management under the National Sanitation Programme in India * (2014)
    Mishra, Vinod Kumar
  21. G018: Menstruation hygiene management for schoolgirls * (2014)
    Crofts, Tracey; Coates, Sue; Fisher, Julie; Shaw, Rod; Chatterton, Ken
  22. Menstrual hygiene cubicles * (2014)
    Chatterton, Ken
  23. WASH I Report on QIS data analysis : findings from the first round 2012 - 2013 * (2014)
    Jacimovic, R.; Ahmed, M.; Bostoen, K.
  24. Addressing water and sanitaiton needs of displaced women in emergencies [Distance Learning] (2013)
    de Lange, Rink
  25. Girls for Girls Programme, Kenya * (2013)
    Kidney, Maria
  26. Menstrual management in communal sanitation facilities: recommendations to eThekwini Municipality * (2013)
    Truyens, Carley
  27. Integrating menstrual hygiene management (MHM)into the school water, sanitation and hygiene agenda * (2011)
    Sommer, Marni
  28. School menstrual hygiene management in Malawi: more than toilets [based on MSc thesis, Cranfield University] * (2011)
    Pillitteri, Sally Piper
  29. Schoolgirls' experiences of managing menstrual hygiene in Uganda * (2011)
    Crofts, Tracey