On May 29, 2020, the United Nations Population Fund, India, organised a webinar on 'Menstrual Health Management- an Integral Part of Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights' to observe Menstrual Hygiene Day. Founder and Executive Director, Nidhi Goyal was one of the panelists alongside Dr. Zoya Ali Rizvi, Deputy Commissioner (Adolescent Health), Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Dr. Nandita Palshetkar, president of the Federation of Obstetric and Gynaecological Societies of India and Prabhleen Tuteja, Director of Programmes, The YP Foundation. The panel predominantly focused on the challenges including discrimination and stigma that women continue to face in managing menstruation and how the current crisis has exacerbated these challenges. Nidhi highlighted how issues around access and stigma need to be addressed together when it comes to menstrual health management for women and girls with disabilities. She also spoke of the importance of campaigns and outreach programs to be designed in accessible formats and easy to understand language as inaccessible information is a significant barrier for women with disabilities alongside inaccessible infrastructure.