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Ending Global Period Poverty LET’S END PERIOD POVERTY! Author Andria Bannocks PERIOD POVERTY FACTS … – 1 in 10 girls in Africa alone, miss school because of period poverty. – 50% of school-age girls in Kenya do NOT have access to sanitary products at all. – 12% of Indians menstruating women can not afford period products. – Only a 3rd, 31% of girls in Scotland, UK, feel comfortable asking teachers for period products in school. SCOTLAND BECOMES FIRST COUNTRY IN THE WOLRD TO MAKE SANITARY PRODUCTS FREE! The Scottish government voted unanimously to end period poverty in Scotland in a significant moment for gender equality. The Scottish Parliament unanimously approved the bill brought forward by labour health spokeswoman Monica Lennon, making it a girls legal right of free access to period items such as tampons and sanitary pads. PERIOD POVERTY FACTS … – 1 in 10 girls in the…

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