A unique crossbreed between a NGO and a creative agency
WASH United works to build a world in which all people benefit from safe drinking water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH), including menstrual hygiene. A unique crossbreed between an NGO and a creative agency, WASH United focuses on the challenges in advocacy and education where our combination of WASH sector expertise and creative talent can make the biggest difference.
In terms of advocacy, WASH United focuses on two initiatives: Menstrual Hygiene Day, the global movement to end period stigma, which WASH United initiated and leads; and Making Rights Real, the initiative to promote access to services for all people using human rights, which WASH United co-developed and co-leads. In terms of education, WASH United focuses on the development and dissemination of low-cost, scalable solutions for menstrual hygiene education for Sub-Saharan Africa and South Asia which can be accessed free of charge.
Impact to date
MHM Education Guide: Empowering girls on MHM
Our story-based education guide and its activities facilitate exciting and engaging training in good menstrual hygiene management. Take this chance to implement it in your MHM programme.Together we can help ensure that girls all over the world become strong women who are able to fully and equally participate in society!
The Guide itself is available free of charge. Additional packages providing capacity building, support and customisation are also available.
An interactive online talk about how to #MakeRightsReal
What practical steps have civil society organisations taken to work with human rights? What impact does this have? Make Rights Real talk with guests from India and Kenya.