International students of CJCU promote SDGs gender equality by holding a multinational online seminar


On May 28th, Menstrual Hygiene Day, Benica, a student of the Bachelor Degree Program of International Program for Sustainable Development (IPSD) of Chang Jung Christian University from Tanzania and International Jane Goodalls Roots & Shoots Eco-center jointly held a multinational seminar by inviting students form Jangwani Girls Secondary School in Tanzania to speak up for women’s rights. Raha Islam from IPSD, also the Global Youth Ambassador of Bangladesh, shared the fact that women in her country are constrained by economic conditions and social status and are lack of feminine hygiene products. Some women even  even reused disposable ones and poor menstrual hygiene leads leads to many diseases and deaths. At this seminar, Raha Islam shared with schoolgirls in Tanzania and all participants how to correctly use feminine hygiene products in the hope of reducing the incidence of diseases and calling for raising the awareness of women’s rights to get rid of existing social restrictions made on women’s health and rights. 


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