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Period Poverty: Can Selangor Pave The Way Forward?

Chow Jo Yi, Co-founder of Bulan Sisters

01-Dec-22 17:00

Period Poverty: Can Selangor Pave The Way Forward?

Period poverty continues to be a big issue in Malaysia. As a way to combat this, Selangor is going to introduce a free sanitary pad programme, as part of the state budget for next year. Will this work? What kind of lessons can other states learn from this? We look into it.

Image source: Karolina Grabowska, Pexels

Produced by: Kelly Anissa

Presented by: Lee Chwi Lynn, Sharaad Kuttan


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Categories:  health policywellness

Tags:  bulan sistersperiod povertyperiodsanitary padsselangorreproductive healthmenstruationstigma


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