Menstruation is a perfectly normal part of life, yet, girls and women go through challenges to manage their period every month. 

In India, 23 million girls drop out of school annually,  due to a lack of hygiene facilities. In Nigeria, 1 in 10 girls skips school due to their periods. In Indonesia, 25% of adolescent girls had never discussed menstruation before their first menses and 17% were not aware that menstruation is a sign of puberty.

In collaboration with BKKBN “Indonesian National Population and Family Planning Board – connected with the Ministry of Health in Indonesia”, we have launched a new section on Menstrual Hygiene under “Generasi Berencana” or “Genre” subject.

To know more, check out this link!

(Source: the Borgen Project- The plight of period poverty in Nigeria, March 3rd, 2020; Ameliorating Period poverty in Indonesia, October 28th, 2020; Menstrual Hygiene Day Facts, NDTV India, May 29th, 2019)


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Мееt our newest team member – Muhammad Lutfi from Indonesia!

Prior to Solve Education, Lutfi did his engineering and ventured out to understand research in a high pace environment in a fast-growing Ed-tech startup in Indonesia. There is where he learned both the challenges and the importance of education in society.

We are excited to have you as a part of the family!