Effect of Menstrual Restriction on Health, Education, and Empowerment of Women: A Review of Literature
A menstrual restriction is a form of social suffering which is also identified
as a violation of the constitutional right globally. But menstrual restrictionrelated
work is still a neglected area. This paper has adopted traditional
types of reviews to conceptualize how the health, education, and
empowerment of women have been affected by the menstrual restriction.
This study suggests, the menstrual-related restriction is not only a
developing world issue but exists globally and has a high impact on a
girl’s health, education, and empowerment. Though, theresearch on
implementation and evaluation of the menstrual restriction is still needed
to establish the evidence.
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