The #MyAuntFloExperience Contest

In order to demystify the negative stereotypes associated with menstruation, Reach A Hand Uganda, and partners are running an educational engagement series of activities, ahead of the Menstrual Hygiene Day (MH Day) 2020. The MH Day around the world is aimed at breaking the silence on menstruation, raises awareness while challenging negative social norms around menstruation. These activities will include avenues to engage the Online community, schools while stirring up conversation among policymakers on the same.

Missed taking part in our #MyAuntFloExperience campaign last year? Worry not! Our 2020 contest is officially on and you, too, can take part.

In order to demystify the negative stereotypes associated with menstruation,  Reach A Hand Uganda, and partners are running an educational engagement series of activities, ahead of the Menstrual Hygiene Day (MH Day) 2020. The MH Day around the world is aimed at breaking the silence on menstruation, raises awareness while challenging negative social norms around menstruation. These activities will include avenues to engage the Online community, schools while stirring up conversation among policymakers on the same.

We have come up with a campaign dubbed #MyAuntFloExperience, a contest categorized into three (3) sections i.e. School Essay contest (open to only young people in schools), Online Blog and poem(written) contest (open to all) and the Social Media video clip (open to all) contest. We decided to use the colloquial term ‘Aunt Flo’ in the hashtag because it sounds sassier and would create some talkability (especially among those who have no idea what it is).

 

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