Menstrual health is a fundamental aspect of personal well-being. Embedding menstrual health into urban development, water, sanitation, and hygiene programs will reduce inequalities, increase access to education and employment, and improve the overall health of women, girls and others who menstruate.
Maria works to deliver water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH) access to people across the Pacific. She is passionate about advocating for vulnerable communities that face barriers to WASH access through their remoteness and low resource capacity. Trained as an engineer, during her career Maria has experience working within water utilities, consulting firms, government, and international development.
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