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Menstrual Hygiene Practies during menstrual period

1. material used to manage menstrual bleeding

 Disposible sanitatary pad

 Reusable cloth
 Cotton, matters, sponge
 Natural materials
 Panty-liner

2. changed material every 4-8 hours or whenewer soiled

3. washed hands with soap before or after changing materials

 Before
 After
 Before and after

4. washed genetalia at least once per day

5. reused menstrual materials

 Washed materials with soap

 Dried materials in sunlight

6. disposal

 Burnt
 Bin or landfill
 Pit latrine
 Flush down latrine
 Buried

B. Knowledge about menstruation

1. heard of menstrual hygiene materials

 Disposable sanitary pad

 Reusable pad or colth
 Tampon
 Menstrual cup

2. menstruation happens to girls and boys

3. menstruation is a normal process

4. menstruation is a disease

5. normally a girl menstruates about once every month

6. menstruation is controlled by hormones

7. Older women eventually stop menstruating

8. menstruation signifies that a girl is biologically able to get pregnant

9. it is dangerous for a girl to do physical activity during menstruation

10. it is healthy for a girl to bathe during menstruation

11. there are some foods that girls should avoid during menstruation

12. menstrual blood contains dangerous substances

13. menstrual blood comes from the uterus/womb

14. a girl is dirty or unclean during menstruation

15. pregnant women menstruate

16. menstruation is a sign that a girl has reached puberty

C. School sanitation facilities

1. female student: latrine ( accessible to female students) ratio

2. proportion of school with separate latrines for girls

 All latrines separate

 Some separate
 None separate

3. proportion of latrines accessible to girl that are:

 Functional
 Partially functional
 Clean
 Somewhat clean
 Light
 Somewhat light
 Functional, clean and light

4. proportion of girls latrines that are lockable

 All school latrines

 Some latrines
 None

5. proportion of latrines that are accessible to students with disability

 All school latrines

 Some latrines
 None

D. Water and Hand-Washing facilities

1. proportion of schools with a functional water source

 Fully functioning (as designed)

 Partially functioning ( in working order but not as designed)

2. water available for hand-washing

 At all washing facilities

 In more than 50% of facilities
 In 50% of facilities of fewer
 No water available

3. soap available for hand-washing at washing stations

 At all washing facilities

 In more than 50% of facilities
 In 50% of facilities of fewer
 No soap available

E. Disposal Facilities

1. girls latrines that provide a container for disposing of menstrual hygiene materials

 All school latrines

 Some latrines
 none