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RED ALERT- Menstrual Hygiene Campaign

Everybody’s Business… Red Alert is a global project that drives citizens, parents & organizations to take a stand towards improving the *General Health* conditions of the Girl Child.

Hygiene is everybody’s business. It’s sad finding out that most girls in rural communities within the country, settle for *tissue paper and rags* because they cannot afford Sanitary Pads, making them vulnerable to diseases such as Body Odor, Urinary Tract Infection, Toxic Shock Syndrome, Reproductive Tract Infection, Cervical Cancer and other Genital Diseases.

Dr. Eniye, Enel Hospital
Educate & Support the Girl Child Red Alert ensures proper education on best Menstrual Hygiene Practices
for women. Based on a survey carried out, the cheapest disposable Sanitary Pads is not less than 400 NGN ($1.8), while reusable pads go for 600 NGN ($2) and above

We are supplying vulnerable girls with Sanitary Pad to help control their menstruation properly and keep them free from diseases.

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