Many NGOs and activists have emerged over the years around the menstrual hygiene health component and a lot of emphasis is put on what is
Menstruation is a vital part of a woman that crowns her reproductive potential and yet it ensues a charge of uncertainty that society shrouds in the possibility of humiliation.
When the genitals itch and the passage of urine is frequent but awful. Then the possibility of a Urinary Tract Infections is evident. It comes with discomfort, odour and also disorganizes the health body mode. Yet sit on toilets remain popular in toilet shared public zones, offices, restaurants, school and more.
The COVID pandemic may have finally exposed the level of hypocrisy in medical practice. The Ugandan case indicates hospitals charging up to 126 million Ugandan shillings for the release of a patient or corpse. Just like all medical practitioners, worldwide Ugandan medical practitioners take the Hippocratic Oath which stipulates among other ethical values the value of not causing harm to the patients.
Beyond Menstruation is the much needed effort for hygiene, health and Harmony to be established. A girl and every woman needs to have an environment that appreciates menstruation as a natural healthy pattern that requires social, physical, infrastructural, medical and emotional support.