The world's population is growing and half the global population faces a nearly lifelong monthly experience: Menstruation. Yet today millions of women face challenges in understanding and obtaining services to support their hygiene needs.
Come join in a conversation with Sinkun Relief founder and director Mayuri Bhattacharjee speak about her work in Kolkata and the Assam State of India. Their mission is building stronger communities in vulnerable regions through projects in water, sanitation and menstrual hygiene.
In Cleveland we will have representatives of the Columbus based social enterprise Aunt Flow, whose mission is to ensure that no one has to choose between food and menstrual products, leading a conversation about how social innovation must empower women, and how menstrual education and access is the first step in many parts of the world. Come support their work and learn how change can come more than once a month.