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According to a May 2019 survey of 1,000 teenage girls in Britain, more than half (52%) had missed school because of their periods.One in 14 of these said they missed school because they could not afford or access sanitary products, the study by hygiene services company PHS Group indicated.
Today is the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women. Incidences of violence faced by women and children have escalated in Malaysia and around the world since the pandemic and it is more crucial than even to stand against violence and advocate for victims.
Sudanese people are exploring newly won freedoms with a particularly creative pastime: turtle racing. The sport gives children a chance to learn more about the animals, as well as a lesson in responsibility.
With schools remaining online until next year and outdoor activities restricted due to the conditional MCO, children are spending most of their waking hours on their devices.
A volunteer sets up reading hubs in Orang Asli communities to encourage children to go to school because she believes education is key to transforming their lives.
Check out these wonderful drawings by Starchild readers on the Festival of Lights.
Solar Panel Art Series aligns science and art, creating a platform where renewable energy meets artistic creativity.
Make a trip to the war memorials on Remembrance Day for a reminder of the struggles in achieving the country’s independence. Remembrance Day is observed on Nov 11 annually in the United Kingdom and Commonwealth countries to remember the end of World War I.
In the Land of Ventilation, the prescription for stopping the spread of the coronavirus is to open a window.
The first One-Stop Early Intervention Centre (OSEIC) the first centre in the state providing the services under one roof and is managed by NGO, PIBAKAT.