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Do Menstrual Hygiene Management Interventions Improve Education and Psychosocial Outcomes for Women and Girls in Low and Middle Income Countries? A Systematic Review



article Feb 2016 ; 21 pages
Aut. Julie Hennegan & Paul Montgomery
Ed. PLoS ONE - San Francisco
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Abstract:
There is insufficient evidence to establish the effectiveness of menstruation management interventions. Eight trials have been conducted with heterogeneous results. Whilst they provided some indication of positive results, further research is needed to establish the role of menstruation hygiene management in education performance, employment and other psychosocial outcomes. This review provides a concise summary of present trials and highlights improvements for future work.

Publics-Cibles:

Université , Acteurs de coopération

Mots clefs:

école (DT) (OP) , femme (DT) (OP) , genre (DT) (OP) , hygiène menstruelle (DT) (OP)

Editeurs/Diffuseurs:

PLoS ONE - San Francisco - Etats Unis
    

Oxford University - University of Oxford - Oxford - Royaume Uni
    

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