The recognition that the ability of women and adolescent girls to manage their menstrual cycle safely and in privacy is fundamental to their health and well-being led to the introduction of a new set of questions on Menstrual Hygiene Management (MHM) in the standard MICS6 questionnaires in 2017. MICS became one of the first global household survey programmes to collect comparable information on the use of menstrual hygiene materials, access to a private place to wash and change, and exclusion from school, work or social activities during menstruation. To date, close to 50 surveys across the world have collected comparable data on MHM. This information is closely related to several Sustainable Development Goals including Goal 5 on the achievement of gender equality and the empowerment of women and girls. The report analyses emerging evidence on MHM collected by the MICS programme.