ABSENT POLICY: BEYOND MENSTRUAL PRODUCTS
Is product-centric approach the solution to menstrual taboo? What happens when a market solution is presented to solve a social problem? Does it find an unlikely partner to profit off menstrual products while progressively worsening the problem? or Does it actively hinder any structural progress to address menstrual inequity and menstrual health?
The goal of this project is to review existing literature on menstrual health policies across various social institutions within the country while engaging in active discussion with all the important stakeholders.