African Youth Development Link (AYDL), Health Plus Development Communication (HEDCO) and Together Alive Health Initiative (TAHI) through ‘The Strengthening Civil Society in Uganda project’ commissioned a study to explore opportunities of establishing and or building a strong CSO Coalition on menstrual health and hygiene management (MHHM) as a general purpose vehicle to galvanize and unite all menstrual health and hygiene management actors across sectors to contribute towards achieving better adolescent girls’ and young women’s menstrual health and hygiene outcomes.
The Strengthening Civil Society in Uganda project - a four-month project
supported by a pilot grant from the Water Supply & Sanitation Collaborative Council (WSSCC)
Implemented by AYDL in partnership with Health plus Development Communication (HEDCO) and Together Alive Health Initiative (TAHI).
The project capitalizes on the momentum built by the current informal collective initiative of the 2018 CSO commemorations of the Global Menstrual Hygiene Day in Uganda