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It's time we prioritized menstrual health in Nigeria. Here's why

Girls lose 24% of their school days in Nigeria due to menstruation. Image: World Economic Forum/Abuja Hub

Favour Godwill

Global Shaper, Abuja Hub, World Economic Forum

Dr. Princess Ifeoma Ike

Public Health Optometrist/CEO Princess Vision Eye Clinic Limited Abuja, Nigeria and Global Shaper, Abuja Hub, World Economic Forum

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