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A Woman's Worth, Inc.

PO Box 5309 
Beaverton,  OR  97006


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Aww Inc. focus is on menstruation, sexual health, and feminine hygiene. We aim to add to the voices and efforts promoting WASH locally and globally by: * Providing and encouraging a female perspective in academic, professional and community WASH settings that focuses on menstrual and sexual hygiene & safety; *Gathering, creating and providing sound sanitary solutions for homeless women & domestic abuse survivors in the U.S. and to all women in developing nations lacking safe hygiene and sanitation; *Promoting worth and dignity as a human right and disseminating health and safety information as related to menstruation, sexual health and hygiene with a focus on dignity and equality . We are currently building a multi-pronged, comprehensive program called Worthy Practices that will address: *infrastructure issues *a state’s responsibility in securing human rights and equality *strategies to overcome taboos and stigmas around sexual health and menstruation, education information for girls and boys that should be an integral part of school programs including reusable solutions and environmentally sound waste management  *information for the private citizen on how they can help support such projects.


Program:Worthy Practices
Budget: NaN
Category: International Human Rights
Population Served: Female Adults

Program Description:

One of our goals at AWW, Inc. is to provide and encourage a female perspective in academic, professional and community settings. Ideally all WASH efforts should include a comprehensive approach that puts female safety, sexual health, and menstrual hygiene management (MHM) at the top of the list. Education, functioning accessible water, safe sanitation facilities and access to sanitary items is critically important in enabling girls to participate in society. It is fundamental to the dignity and wellbeing of women and girls that they have understanding and access to basic hygiene, sanitation and reproductive health services, all of which are human rights. However, the truth of the matter is that menstrual hygiene has been routinely ignored by many in the male dominated water, health and education sectors. Worthy Practices is a comprehensive program aimed at the issues surrounding MHM (menstrual hygiene management) including human rights.


Basic Information

Chief Executive: Kimberly Cash
Contact: Ms. Kimmy Cash, Executive Director
Year Founded: 2015
Ruling Year: 2015

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