Jacinda Ardern announced the scheme amid fears that "period poverty" is forcing peop to skip school.
"LAPD one looks like it was sitting in a coffee cup for a week on someone's dashboard."
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Women in India and Nepal will be protesting and playing games to shatter the prejudice against periods.
The city of Hamilton, which has its first upcoming Menstrual Hygiene Day, voted against a proposal looking at providing free menstrual products.
The Scottish government allocated £9.2 million to offer free sanitary products in schools and convinced other places in the UK to follow suit.
With a record number of women in the 116th Congress, the House Administration Committee has started stocking menstrual products, which members of Congress can purchase with their federal allowances.
One type of Kotex tampon is being pulled from shelves after some customers had to seek medical attention.
It only took 18 years.