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Sangli In Maharashtra’s Menstrual Hygiene Management Programme To Reach 85,000 Girls In The First Phase, 40 Million Households Overall

The pilot project which was launched at Sangli in Maharashtra will reach out to around 85,000 girls and sensitise them about the importance of menstrual hygiene
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Ignorance Towards Menstrual Hygiene Is Baffling, Says Actor Sonam Kapoor

Actor Sonam Kapoor shares her views on menstrual hygiene and the things she witnessed while shooting for Padman, her upcoming film inspired by the man who revolutionised the concept of menstrual hygiene in rural India
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Taking Miss World 2017 Manushi Chhillar’s Mission Forward, Haryana Government To Distribute Free Sanitary Napkins In Schools
Haryana Menstrual Hygiene News

Taking Miss World 2017 Manushi Chhillar’s Mission Forward, Haryana Government To Distribute Free Sanitary Napkins In Schools

Haryana government to provide free sanitary napkins to school girls in the state and start ‘Anemia free Haryana’ campaign for which the brand ambassador will be Miss World 2017 Manushi Chhillar
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Do It Yourself: This Teenager Girl Will Teach You How To Make Your Own Eco-friendly Sanitary Pads
Do It Yourself Menstrual Hygiene

Do It Yourself: This Teenager Girl Will Teach You How To Make Your Own Eco-friendly Sanitary Pads

Meet Dhanya Indraghanti, a class 12 student from Andhra Pradesh who is on a mission to educate each and every woman of India on why it is important for them to start using a cloth pad
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Menstruation Is A Natural Process And Sanitary Pads Are A Necessity, Not A Luxury: Miss World 2017 Manushi Chillar
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Menstruation Is A Natural Process And Sanitary Pads Are A Necessity, Not A Luxury: Miss World 2017 Manushi Chillar

Miss World 2017 Manushi Chillar took up Project Shakti for the Beauty with a Purpose competition in order to spread awareness about menstrual hygiene in India’s villages
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It Is A Sad Reality That Brooms Are Exempted From GST, But Not Sanitary Pads: Twinkle Khanna On Why We Need To Talk About Menstruation
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It Is A Sad Reality That Brooms Are Exempted From GST, But Not Sanitary Pads: Twinkle Khanna On Why We Need To Talk About Menstruation

Twinkle Khanna calls it Menstrual Tax and feels that given broom is tax free, "Maybe they feel that it is important for women to keep the house clean, but it is not as important as keeping themselves clean.”
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Sanitary Pads With A Difference How Project Baala Is Empowering Rural Women
Kerala Menstrual Hygiene News

In A First, Kerala Government Launches She Pad Scheme To Improve Menstrual Hygiene

Free sanitary napkins, storage spaces and environment friendly incinerators will be provided at all government-aided schools in the state under the scheme
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Supreme Court Sets An Example On Menstrual Waste, Installs Sanitary Napkin Incinerators Machines
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Supreme Court Sets An Example On Menstrual Waste, To Install Sanitary Napkin Incinerators

The Supreme Court will install 3 sanitary napkin vending machines and an equal number of incinerators for disposing used pads for 1,000 plus women staff working in its premises
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This Woman Aims To Shatter All Menstrual Taboos By Educating Girls Of India About Hygiene And Eco-Friendly Sanitary Napkins
Goa Menstrual Hygiene

This Woman Aims To Shatter All Menstrual Taboos By Educating Girls Of India About Hygiene And Eco-Friendly Sanitary Napkins

Here’s how an ordinary woman from a remote village of Goa is fighting the taboos related to menstruation and is helping women make eco-friendly choices by educating them
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Beating The Menstrual Waste Woes In India: Make Way For Eco-Friendly Pads Made From Banana Waste Fibre That Decompose Within 6 Months
Menstrual Hygiene

Beating The Menstrual Waste Woes In India: Make Way For Eco-Friendly Pads Made From Banana Waste Fibre That Decompose Within 6 Months

Every month more than 1 billion of sanitary waste is being generated and this number is on a continuous rise. When it comes to managing menstrual waste effectively India lags behind. These swachh warriors have created an eco-friendly product to fight the growing menace of menstrual waste
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Women In Goa Have Started A Sanitary Revolution, Making Eco-Friendly ‘Sakhi’ Pads That Decompose In 8 Days
Goa Independence Day Menstrual Hygiene

Women In Goa Have Started A Sanitary Revolution, Making Eco-Friendly ‘Sakhi’ Pads That Decompose In 8 Days

Make way, Sakhi, an eco-friendly sanitary napkin and solution to non-bio-degradable pads is here. Produced by the women in Goa, these pads are probably a small start to hopefully the much needed sanitary revolution in our country
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Non-Compostable Sanitary Waste Is A Huge Threat To Health And Environment: Experts
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To Check Menstrual Waste Menace, University Grants Commission Appeals Universities To Install Sanitary Napkin Incinerators

355 million menstruating women in India generates more than 1 billion menstrual waste every month. Our country doesn't have proper treatment facilities to deal with this huge amount of waste that’s non-biodegradable in nature. In a bid to reduce some of the load of this waste from the planet, University Grants Commission has appealed to higher educational institutes across India to install sanitary napkins incinerators
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