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Menstrual Hygiene Day 2017: Education about menstruation changes everything

Mark your calendars for May 28!

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To celebrate Menstrual Hygiene Day‘s education theme, The Period Blog will be releasing a series of fun and friendly menstrual hygiene worksheets to help girls learn about their periods. Our worksheets will be free to download and available on May 28 on our website.

We’re creating educational worksheets to help girls become familiar with good menstrual hygiene practices, learn about menstrual health, and how to count their menstrual cycle.

We want to help as many girls as possible and we’re looking for volunteers to help translate our worksheets from English. If you’re interested, please send us an email at info[at]theperiodblog.com with subject line: “MHDay Worksheets Translation”.

Menstrual Hygiene Day (MH Day) is a global event celebrated on May 28 to help to break the silence and build awareness about the fundamental role that good menstrual hygiene management (MHM) plays in enabling women and girls to reach their full potential.

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About Dedy Wong

Dedy is the founder of The Period Blog and creator of The Little Red Kit. Her period is around 30 days long and likes to use pads and tampons -although she has tried just about everything including menstrual cups and period subscription boxes!


  1. well done! you guys are spreading awareness on such an important topic, people do not talk about it openly at home and girls like us get all the information from such platforms, thank you for giving such importance to this topic. I also read about menstrual hygiene here and found it worth reading.

  2. prof premraj pushpakaran

    prof premraj pushpakaran (male) writes — let us celebrate Menstrual Hygiene Day!!!

  3. Hi! I tried to send a message for helping with a Spanish translation but a couldn’t send It, is something wrong with the email “info@theperiodblog.com”?

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