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World Bankers: Please Study Menstruation Costs

Thursday, April 16, 2015

At the spring meeting I hope World Bankers will decide to study the toll it takes when girls and women have no handy bathrooms to change napkins and tampons. We need this data to push nations and communities to improve the supply of water and toilets in workplaces.

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