Equal Education wants government to prioritize free sanitary products
Equal Equation says that it will continue adding pressure to government to make free sanitary products available at schools.
The Western Cape Social Development and Education Departments, as well as an NGO earlier on this week together to distribute 200 hygiene packs to schools in Gugulethu.
According to a report by EWN, both departments said that there aren't exact figures to determine the need for the products in the province, nor has the issue been raised as a major concern in the Western Cape.
Equal Education, however, says that it has reported the demand for sanitary products and the need for government - both national and local - to prioritize the distribution of these products in schools.
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