sanitary protection


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sanitary protection

Pads or tampons used to avoid blood staining of clothing during the menstrual period.
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<B Some schools already provided sanitary protection but pupils had to ask for it and some did not know it was available
In addition to the Scottish announcement, after a successful pilot scheme in Aberdeen last year, the Government has also given the charity, FareShare, over PS500,000 to distribute free sanitary protection to around 18,800 women on low incomes across the country.
Coun Stephens says she has anecdotal evidence of girls in her borough missing class during their periods because they can't afford to buy sanitary protection while last year Freedom-4Girls, a charity providing sanitary products for women in Kenya, launched a campaign for further research after police reported British girls from low income families are missing school thanks to their periods.
"There are many solutions - free sanitary products in schools and colleges, free prescriptions for sanitary protection or reusable cups.
Euromonitor International's Sanitary Protection in Australia report offers a comprehensive guide to the size and shape of the market at a national level.
Euromonitor International's Sanitary Protection in USA report offers a comprehensive guide to the size and shape of the market at a national level.
Innovating with sanitary protection products could pay off for retailers.
The items and all others classed as sanitary protection are now being sold without five per cent Value Added Tax in the Students' Union' shop on Queensgate.
The advisor of the China Petrol Company Junda Ltd, Shatman Borboev, said the sanitary protection zone is a critical issue.
All the companies sell cosmetics and female sanitary protection products.