In a powerful and informative Instagram live session held on Thursday night, Miss Face Humanity Nigeria (MFOH Nigeria), Amb. Chika Ezenwa, took center stage as a guest speaker to address the pressing issue of period poverty in Health. The live session (Let’s Talk Period with Great), organized by the esteemed Glowcare Foundation, aimed to raise awareness and promote dialogue on period poverty in Health.
During the engaging discussion, Amb. Chika Rita Ezenwa captivated viewers with her passionate advocacy for change and her unwavering commitment to fighting period poverty. As an influential figure in the realm of humanitarian work, she utilized the digital platform to shed light on the challenges faced by millions of women and girls worldwide when it comes to accessing menstrual products and proper menstrual health education.
With eloquence and empathy, MFOH Nigeria’s Amb. Ezenwa shared compelling statistics, personal anecdotes, and valuable insights on the detrimental effects of period poverty. She highlighted the impact it has on the physical, emotional, and psychological well-being of individuals, stressing the urgent need for collective action to eradicate this issue.
As the discussion unfolded, viewers were inspired by the MFOH Nigeria’s bold call to action, urging governments, organizations, and individuals to prioritize menstrual health and hygiene as fundamental human rights.
She emphasized the significance of providing affordable and accessible menstrual products, implementing comprehensive menstrual education programs, and breaking down the social stigmas surrounding menstruation.
The Instagram live session served as a platform for open dialogue, allowing participants to ask questions, share their experiences, and contribute to the conversation. Amb. Chika Ezenwa expertly navigated through the queries, offering valuable guidance and encouraging further engagement to tackle period poverty at its roots.
As the event concluded, the MFOH Nigeria expressed her gratitude to the Glowcare Foundation for organizing the session and providing a space to discuss such a crucial issue. She reaffirmed her commitment to this cause, vowing to continue raising awareness, mobilizing resources, and collaborating with stakeholders to bring about lasting change.
With her compelling presence and dedication to humanitarian efforts, Miss Face Humanity Nigeria has proven to be a prominent advocate for menstrual health and a driving force in the fight against period poverty.
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As the world prepares to observe the 2023 World Menstrual Day on May 28, 2023, Amb. Chika Ezenwa’s impactful contributions in the Instagram live session serve as a reminder that collective action is essential in creating a future where no one is left behind due to period poverty.
- By Ken Gbados.