United Nations Population Fund will recognize KSHP
Girls Empowerment Program
at its 2018 Menstrual Health Management Symposium in Johannesburg, South Africa this month.
Project manager, Date Mboya, was selected from over 800 applicants to showcase KSHP’s ground-breaking program in this UNFPA-sponsored symposium. Date will join ten presenters whose creative solutions have made sustainable contributions to menstrual health management and girl child education in Sub-Saharan Africa.
Date’s participation in the two-day symposium gives opportunity for KSHP to showcase its work and to network with policy makers, private sector and civil society from East and Southern Africa.
We are over the moon for Date, whose tireless work in our 23 partner schools has brought this recognition to KSHP girls’ empowerment program.
Thank you, everyone! Your support sustains an exemplary program that has become a model for menstrual health management and girl child education in Kenya and beyond.