Menstrual Hygiene

Menstrual Hygiene

‘About 5 Crore Women Have Got Sanitary Pads At Rs. 1’, Says PM Modi In His Independence Day Speech, Twitterati Praise
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‘About 5 Crore Women Have Got Sanitary Pads At Rs. 1’, Says PM Modi In His Independence Day Speech, Twitterati Praise

Independence Day 2020: Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed the nation from Red Fort and touched upon numerous themes including women empowerment ...
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The Covid-19 lockdown has impacted access to menstrual hygiene products and the ability for girls and women to maintain personal hygiene, say experts
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Menstrual Hygiene Day: Access To Sanitary Napkins Getting Worse During The COVID-19 Lockdown

Because of the lockdown, many people have lost their livelihood and now more than ever, economically poor families are reluctant to spend on sanitary pads which is why a lot of girls and young women are going back to their previous ways of handling periods by using rags ...
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Indian Schools Must Develop Better Awareness, Infrastructure For Periods, Shows Everteen Menstrual Hygiene Survey
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Indian Schools Must Develop Better Awareness, Infrastructure For Periods, Shows Everteen Menstrual Hygiene Survey

The Everteen menstrual hygiene survey was conducted among nearly 7,000 Indian women participating from various cities of India including Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore, Chandigarh, and others ...
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Celebrities Take The #RedDotChallenge And Take A Stand Against Period Shaming
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Celebrities Take The #RedDotChallenge And Take A Stand Against Period Shaming

Celebrities came forward to put a stop against period shaming, join #RedDotChallenge kick-started by the United Nations Children's Fund ...
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Menstrual Hygiene Day 2020: This NGO Is Teaching People To Produce Reusable Sanitary Kits, Breaking Taboo Around Menstruation
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Menstrual Hygiene Day 2020: This NGO Is Teaching People To Produce Reusable Sanitary Kits, Breaking Taboo Around Menstruation

As part of its project WASH (Women Sanitation hygiene), Dehradun based NGO Humans For Humanity is creating awareness about menstruation, menstrual hygiene, and teaching people to produce reusable sanitary napkin kits and earn from the same ...
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Menstrual Hygiene Day: ‘Segregate Menstrual Waste, Mark It With A Red Dot’, Urge Pune Based SWaCH’s Sanitation Workers
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Menstrual Hygiene Day: ‘Segregate Menstrual Waste, Mark It With A Red Dot’, Urge Pune Based SWaCH’s Sanitation Workers

This Menstrual Hygiene Day, members of SWaCH Pune, a cooperative of waste collectors and waste pickers would like to bring the attention of people on the health hazards faced by them on a daily basis while handling erratically disposed sanitary and menstrual waste ...
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Jamshedpur Based NGO Addresses The Menstrual Needs Of Rural Girls During Coronavirus Lockdown
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Jamshedpur Based NGO Addresses The Menstrual Needs Of Rural Girls During Coronavirus Lockdown

While the nation is living under a coronavirus induced lockdown and fighting COVID-19, girls in East Singhbhum district of Jamshedpur are waging a war to maintain menstrual hygiene ...
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Safe Mensuration A Basic Human Right Remains Elusive For Many Women Like Rajasthan's Sabu Devi
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Safe Mensuration A Basic Human Right Remains Elusive For Many Women Like Rajasthan’s Sabu Devi

According to experts, while the distribution of sanitary napkins among young girls is an important start, there is a need to go beyond menstrual products and focus on menstrual health of women from all age groups ...
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Srinagar Woman's Unique Initiative For Sanitary Hygiene
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Srinagar Woman’s Unique Initiative For Sanitary Hygiene

To raise awareness about menstrual hygiene management and help women follow healthy practices during menstruation, a 34 –year-old women from Srinagar started an initiative which provides free sanitary products to poor women in the city ...
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Menstruation In India: To Break The Taboo, Menstruating Women In Delhi Hosted A Lunch Event
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Menstruation In India: To Break The Taboo, Menstruating Women In Delhi Hosted A Lunch Event

To break taboo associated with menstruation, NGO 'Sachchi Saheli' hosted a lunch event ‘Period Feast’ in which 28 women on periods cooked and served food to more than 300 guests ...
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Save The Date! Delhi’s Menstruating Women Invite You To Have A ‘Period Feast’ On Sunday
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Save The Date! Delhi’s Menstruating Women Invite You To Have A ‘Period Feast’ On Sunday

With an aim to shatter the myths about menstruation, a Delhi based NGO ‘Sachhi Saheli’ is hosting a ‘Period feast’ on February 23 where food will be cooked and served by menstruating women for their families, friends and others ...
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Women Of Jharkhand’s Simdega District Are Tackling Menstrual Waste By Practising Plastic Free Periods
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Women Of Jharkhand’s Simdega District Are Tackling Menstrual Waste By Practising Plastic Free Periods

The Garima Abhiyan, a district-wide campaign run by the administration of Simdega district, Jharkhand, is breaking the taboo associated with menstruation by providing its women with eco-friendly sanitary pads ...
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