Red Cross Uganda pilots Ruby Cup

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The Red Cross Uganda study focuses on empowering girls and women through the introduction of menstrual cups as a method for menstrual management. Maria Hyttel (on the picture) did a wonderful job educating all participants in usage of Ruby Cup, menstrual hygiene and basic reproductive health. And what were the results? So far, girls in Uganda have given very positive feedback and love Ruby Cup. The results of the study will be published on this site as soon as the report is concluded. Stay tuned.


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