The Importance of Sexual Pleasure: A New Declaration

The World Association for Sexual Health's new Declaration of Sexual Pleasure is an important step forward for sexual health and women's rights. The next step is implementation. Our MD and Co-Founder Gerda Larsson shares what we have to do now to leverage this Declaration for impact and change the shame-based status quo of sexual pleasure and education.

International Day of the Girl: A Call for Investment in Menstrual Health

Here's why funders should invest in menstrual health programming, research, and advocacy.

Rising to the Challenge: Donors Must Change their Funding Systems to Ensure that Businesses Achieve Social Impact

The Case for Her MD and Co-founder Gerda Larsson wrote a piece in Business Fights Poverty on the changes funders need to make to drive real impact.

Women's Sexual Pleasure Takes Center Stage at STHLM's Tech Fest

A team working on TCFH's challenge at the STHLM Tech Fest won the Best of Hackathon Award for LUCY, an app offering female users knowledge about their bodies and sexual health throughout their lifetimes.This is a win for the tech sector as a whole, where female sexual pleasure has historically been excluded.

Sheosk: A Study on the Importance of Choice in Menstrual Health Products

In 2018, The Case for Her undertook a small-scale pilot study with 443 young female students in the Mathare area of Nairobi to understand their menstrual product preferences, and how choice could play a larger role in product-based menstrual health interventions. This is what we found.

The Integration of Menstrual Health in SRHR

Produced in partnership with PSI-Europe, this report explores the role menstrual health plays in PSI’s network members’ programs and its potential to strengthen and improve Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR) interventions.

Mens är på blodigt allvar

TCFH MD and Co-Founder Gerda Larsson co-authored a piece in OmVärlden with Cecilia Chatterjee-Martinsen of WaterAid and Mariann Eriksson of Plan International Sweden on the stigma around menstrual health and the urgent need for toilets, feminine hygiene products and global awareness.

Study of Menstrual Health & Hygiene Management Influencers in Nepal

TCFH’s report, created in partnership with PSI and The Maverick Collective, gives a comprehensive view into the key influencers on menstrual health and hygiene management for women and girls in Nepal.

Peer Ethnographic Study on Menstrual Health & Hygiene Management

PSI, The Maverick Collective and TCFH's peer ethnography report examines Nepali adolescent girls’ experience of menstruation and the potential for making positive change in menstrual health management.

Menstrual Health & Hygiene Management in Nepal

In Nepal, less than half of adolescent girls have adequate knowledge about menstruation, and only one in ten practices healthy menstrual hygiene. This report offers a comprehensive overview of existing policies, programs, and outcomes of menstrual health and hygiene management interventions in Nepal, mapping current and potential strategic partnerships that bring together menstrual health, sexual and reproductive health and family planning, and can be applied to a broader context.