Over 220 schools in the second edition of the "Sanitary pads at school for every girl" programme

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The programme will run throughout the school year, starting in September 2022.

In total, we received 502 applications for the programme. 224 schools qualified. The order of applications within a given voivodship and the type of school (primary school, secondary school) decided about joining the programme.

Institutions participating in the program will be provided with:

participation in a nationwide social programme on a large scale,

year-round supply of sanitary pads for all students,

access to educational materials on puberty and menstruation,

volunteering for selected students.

With the distribution of hygiene products, knowledge about menstrual health and hygiene related to menstruation will be spread. Teachers will also receive special educational materials on the basis of which they will be able to conduct classes in the field of puberty and menstruation during parenting hours or other lessons.

In addition, in each school participating in the programme, students will be given the opportunity to do volunteer work, which involves, among others, promoting knowledge about menstruation among her colleagues.

Thank you very much to all schools that sent in their applications. Congratulations to the institutions that will be covered by the programme.

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