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  • Alessandra Rizzotti

    Love the data. Definitely like how it goes from the challenge of sanitation to the solution. Interesting they focused on women throughout though. This definitely applies to men too, right? I know they bring up the conversation on menstrual health in the second section, but I think that there are also big issues with defecating in public and it's not just a conversation for girls and women. Just playing devil's advocate. Glad they're empowering women though through WASH. And- I love programs like Megan Mukuria's, which aim to confront menstrual health. Hopefully Megan could collaborate with WASH?: