So far through the Menstrual Health Education sessions conducted in schools by both the trained teachers and Irise educators there is evidence of improvement in knowledge understanding of pupils of Menstrual hygiene and management. The pupil’s confidence in discussing Menstrual Health has greatly improved and they are now more willing to share their experiences openly in sessions. Girls have reported receiving increased support from their teachers and are increasingly approach teachers for support. Boys are proving to be more supportive of the girls and less likely to bully or tease them; this is primarily due to increased awareness and understanding the challenges associated with menstruation for girls. Parents have also been engaged with and pledged to provide more support for the girls during menstruation and ensure they talk to their children about puberty, so they are better prepared.