The WinS4Girls E-Course was designed by the Centre for Global Safe WASH at Emory University and UNICEF to help strengthen the capacity of WASH practitioners and policymakers to carry out rigorous research that investigates local MHM practices and challenges. The course is part of ‘WASH in Schools for Girls: Advocacy and Capacity Building for MHM through WASH in Schools Programmes (WinS4Girls Project)’, which is being funded by the Canadian Government. The course has 12 modules which cover the following areas: 1. MHM and WASH in Schools; 2. Incorporating gender into MHM research and programming; 3: Research ethics; 4: Planning research; 5: Qualitative and quantitative methods 6 and 7. Research tools; 8: Collecting, recording and managing data; 9: Training a research team, and piloting and executing research; 10: Integrating research into practice; 11: Qualitative data analysis; 12: Advocacy.