UK pledges £2m to help end stigma and shame of period poverty


The Guardian  | Tue, Mar 5, 2019

by Daniela Rivera


The UK government has announced £2m to support organisations around the world to end period poverty by 2030.

The minister for women and equalities, Penny Mordaunt, also announced £250,000 for the creation of a taskforce comprised of government departments, businesses, charities and manufacturers to come up with new ideas to tackle the problem in the UK.

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