(Karachi) Caretaker Minister of Health, Public Health Engineering and Social Welfare Dr. Saad Khalid participated in the concluding workshop of the HerWASH project in collaboration with Water Aid Global Affairs Canada. In the workshop, problems related to hygiene and their possible solutions were presented in girls' schools and women's offices and workplaces, especially during menstruation. In the workshop, non-availability of washrooms for women in government girls' schools, offices and women's workplaces was identified as an important underlying problem. At the beginning of the workshop, the participants were briefed in detail about each WASH project.
At the beginning of the workshop, the participants were briefed in detail about each WASH project. Addressing the workshop, WaterAid Country Director Arif Jabbar Khan said that the journey of WaterAid Menstrual Hygiene Management (MHM) started from the year 2011, which went on to become a regular menstrual hygiene awareness campaign and we With the help of our partners, we will further expand this chain.
Addressing the workshop, MHM lawyer Rahima Panhor informed about the involvement of various factors, role, training in the project. Former opposition leader Sindh Rana Ansar and former special assistant for IT Tanzeela Umm Habiba, officials of the education and health department also participated in the workshop.