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Shibu Shrestha teaches students in Nepal to challenge taboos surrounding menstruation and develop friendly attitudes about menstrual health.
In Tanzania, where 69,000 teen pregnancies were reported in 2018, Melanie Msoka works with @GirlsFDNTanz to educate her peers about sexual and reproductive health.
İlayda Eskitaşçıoğlu provides agricultural workers, Syrian refugees and preteens in remote Turkish communities with enough sanitary pads to last through a harvest season or a semester.
.@nadyaokamoto, founder of @periodmovement, focuses her efforts on distributing period products to those in need and advocating for policies to improve menstrual equality.
Sara Eklund founded @noble_cup, an organisation that produces and distributes Ethiopia's first menstrual cups to girls and women across the country.
Meet five young women who champion menstrual management in Ethiopia , Nepal, Tanzania , Turkey and the U.S.
In Assembly's "Around the world" series, girls sound off on the topics that matter to them — career goals, the music they're listening to, what inspires them and more. https://t.co/SVDHIV8ZZc
21-year-old Sarah from Algeria had coffee and traditional sweets called msamen.
"I like to drink black coffee and some msamen with sugar or honey on top. Others have it with some tea, especially in the south of my country." https://t.co/ie2M5HuMBs
19-year-old María Teresa from Mexico ate huevos rancheros, a dish with two eggs and red salsa over tortillas.
"Some people eat them with beans and cheese on the side. I like eating them because they are a very typical Mexican dish and because they tend to be spicy!" https://t.co/sRcIO5gxNF
21-year-old Raisa from Canada ate nihari, a slow-cooked beef stew from the Indian subcontinent.
"As it is with most dishes, the best part in my opinion are the parts that are the worst for you... My mom typically prepares it on special occasions like when we finish exams." https://t.co/rLTUJRIRLO
15-year-old Aya from Morocco had green tea with a Moroccan bread called meloui.
"The ingredients are simple but the secret is kneading... the more you knead it with love, the more it turns out flaky." https://t.co/HuIMsTbb3x
We love getting to know our Assembly readers so last week, we asked them about their breakfast! 🥘
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From the group of girls who code together in Nigeria to the team of young women in Afghanistan climbing mountains & fighting norms, female friendships come in all shapes & sizes. Submit a photo of *your* crew and get featured on Malala Fund's Assembly!
Haroon is a Malala Fund education champion, teacher & entrepreneur. His app Taleemabad helps digitise Pakistan’s national curriculum so that students who are unable to attend formal schools can still learn. Support his work to bring quality education to children across Pakistan https://t.co/MTd5iChjaJ
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Popular artist Maria Qamar, aka @hatecopy, spoke with Malala Fund about representing desi culture in the arts and the "angry, shameless, sometimes sly" women featured in her work. Read more: https://t.co/SRbtjglwye. https://t.co/LIaayvohWN
RT @MalalaFund: Do you have a group of friends you love? Send us a photo of you and your crew and tell us what makes your bond special! We will publish our favourite submissions in a future issue of Assembly!
Do you have a group of friends you love? Send us a photo of you and your crew and tell us what makes your bond special! We will publish our favourite submissions in a future issue of Assembly!
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