The objective of this project is to empower girls by providing health education workshops and washable, ecological menstrual kits to 600 girls. The workshops will be taught in primary schools in groups from 12 to 20 girls in various small communities around Lake Chapala. Upon successful completion of the workshop, each girl will receive a washable/reusable menstrual management kit that will last them for two to five years. The program will keep girls in school and give them equitable education and opportunities. The project empowers the girls to know their bodies, understand their cycles, and see their womanhood as natural and healthy.
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