Peer Ethnographic Study on Menstrual Health and Hygiene Management in Nepal
This study the first of its kind in Nepal. In this study, adolescent girls interacted with their peers as researchers to interpret their beliefs, attitudes, and experiences around menstrual health. Peer ethnography enabled PSI’s research team to take an in-depth look not only at girls’ lives, but also at the role family, friends, and institutions play in shaping their feelings and experiences around menstruation.
The full study can be viewed here: PSI – Menstrual Hygiene in Nepal