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"Red Means Keep Going" Campaign Reaches over 300 Girls in Obuasi Municipality in Ghana

Girls Shall Grow, an Obuasi-based NGO and a member of the Northern/Middle Belt Giving for Change (GfC) Community of Practice successfully undertook its "Red Means Keep Going" Menstrual Hygiene Campaign in May 2022.

Girls Shall Grow partnered with the Education and Health Directorates in Obuasi to sensitize school girls in Obuasi on Menstrual Hygiene to observe this year’s edition of World Menstrual Hygiene Day.

The Executive Director of the organisation, Mrs. Louisa Amoah, led her team to organise a conference to mark the 2022 World Menstrual Hygiene Day where school girls were sensitized on menstrual hygiene and free sanitary pads were distributed to all participants. The conference had in attendance over 350 girls selected from 26 schools within the municipality.

The Yen Somu Bi platform helped raised funds to support this campaign and Girls Shall Grow is grateful to all who contributed to this just and worthy cause.


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