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General overview

Stage of development: Contracted

Policy sector: Health

Date outcomes contract signed: 2022

Anticipated completion date: 2024

Capital raised (minimum): 0 (USD 0)


On the ground, the service providers will ensure that good practices are promoted to a wide audience. The providers will offer reusable sanitary napkins. In the schools, they will make sure that the sanitary infrastructures are adapted to the needs of young girls. Also, awareness campaigns will be carried out in universities, schools, clinics, factories in the city's industrial park as well as in the most vulnerable communities on its outskirts.



  • Ethiopia

Service delivery locations

  • Adama, Ethiopia

Involved organisations

Commissioners/outcome payers

Service Providers


Intermediary organisations

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Outcome metrics

  • Sensitization to healthy MHH practices and advocacy: Improving MHH knowledge, creating demand for sanitary products and advocating for support to women and girls from institutions and communities.
  • Production and distribution of sustainable sanitary products: Strengthened and sustainable local market in the supply chain of a variety of types of disposable and single and multiple use/ecological sanitary products meeting different needs. The supply chain includes looking at importers/manufacturers/distributors, wholesalers and retailers.
  • Improved sanitary infrastructures and waste management systems: Better menstrual hygiene through supporting access and utilization of sustainable sanitary infrastructures in institutions and households.
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