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Context: Recently, the United Nations Population Fund and WaterAid India are collaborating to understand the key challenges and constraints faced by persons with disability with regard to menstrual health and hygiene.
A section including girls and women with disabilities have not been focussed so far. They face an exceptional burden on account of the intersections between gender and disability.
Every menstruating person has the right to menstrual health, irrespective of their gender identity, ability, or socio-economic status.
By: Shubham Tiwari ProfileResourcesReport error
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