Medicalising menstruation: a feminist critique of the political economy of menstrual hygiene management in South Asia
Women's use of water differs from men in essentially one aspect: in cleansing the body of menstrual blood. The pledge of the water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) sector to place 'women at the centre' of development has in recent years, therefore, come to
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