The City Hall of São Paulo sent a bill of law to the City Council proposing the creation of a tampon supply program for students from the municipal education network. The action aims to ensure that they do not miss classes during their menstrual period and have their learning impaired.
Items will be purchased by schools through the Financial Resources Transfer Program. The amount of the transfer will be made by the Municipal Department of Education according to the number of students enrolled in the requesting unit.
with BRUNO B. SORAGGI, BIANKA VIEIRA e VICTORIA AZEVEDO
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