In some African countries, feminine sanitary practices are underexposed, leaving girls with little or no knowledge of how to cope with their menstruation. Many adolescents have low awareness of feminine napkins and miss several days of school or resort to infection-causing materials.

To date, Sanita has trained 42,000 young women in schools and universities in the Ivory Coast, Ghana and Sudan. The campaign's resounding success will expand into Liberia and other countries.

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