Menstrual Justice

Achieving the right to a good period 
in low-and middle-income countries

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Improving the menstrual experiences of 
adolescent girls’

We aim to transform the menstrual experiences of women and adolescent girls, enabling them to lead healthier, more fulfilling lives.
Our mission is to develop a groundbreaking framework and theory of menstrual justice that addresses the unique needs of adolescent girls in Nepal and Guatemala.”

Mixed Methods Approach

By employing a mixed-methods approach, we will delve deep into the complex domains of menstrual justice, taking a critical look at existing national and international policies around menstruation.
Our focus goes beyond the current scope of school-based interventions to encompass broader community attitudes and those who may not be in school.


Lasting Solutions

MeJARa is not only about understanding the challenges; it’s about creating lasting solutions.

In partnership with adolescent girls, their families, and the wider community, we will develop a comprehensive intervention to address menstrual injustice.

Our approach is centered on feasibility, acceptability, and scalability, ensuring that our interventions have a meaningful and sustainable impact.

Broader community attitudes

This mixed-methods approach means the project critically examines existing policies and expands beyond school-based interventions to address broader community attitudes.

In collaboration with adolescent girls, families, and communities, MeJARa seeks to create comprehensive, feasible, acceptable, and scalable interventions that address menstrual injustice, ultimately ensuring meaningful and sustainable impacts.

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