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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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Swachh Warrior: A Surat-Based Couple Is Making Sanitary Pads Using This Unusual Biodegradable Material
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Swachh Warrior: A Surat-Based Couple Is Making Sanitary Pads Using This Unusual Biodegradable Material

Chirag and Hetal Virani from Surat are using one of the most common agro-waste in India as raw material to develop biodegradable sanitary napkins ...
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A Startup In Uttarakhand Develops An Eco-Friendly Sanitary Pad That Lasts Five Times Longer Than Regular Pads
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A Startup In Uttarakhand Develops An Eco-Friendly Sanitary Pad That Lasts Five Times Longer Than Regular Pads

The sanitary pads available in the market are polymer-based and result in huge amount of plastic waste which can be avoided by using biodegradable alternatives ...
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The All New Period Emoji Wants To Inspire Women And Girls To Talk Menstruation Freely
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The All New Period Emoji Wants To Inspire Women And Girls To Talk Menstruation Freely

The idea of a period emoji was conceived by the UK based non-profit Plan Action, who ran a survey in 2017 in UK to find that shame and stigma still hinder conversations on menstruation ...
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Government Slashes Price Of Sanitary Pads Sold At Jan Aushadhi Stores To Rs. 1 From Rs 2.50 Per Pad
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Government Slashes Price Of Sanitary Pads Sold At Jan Aushadhi Stores To Rs. 1 From Rs 2.50 Per Pad

In a bid to promote menstrual hygiene and make sanitary napkins affordable and accessible, the government reduced the price of Suvidha pads sold through 5,500 Jan Aushadhi Kendras across the country by 60 per cent ...
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Swasth Warrior: Let’s Talk Menstruation To Debunk Period Myths, Dr. Surbhi Singh From Sachhi Saheli’s Way
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Swasth Warrior: Let’s Talk Menstruation To Debunk Period Myths, Dr. Surbhi Singh From Sachhi Saheli’s Way

Dr. Surbhi Singh felt that she needs to use her knowledge for greater good when quit her practice as a gynaecologist to start her NGO, today she’s every school kid in Delhi’s ‘Sachhi Saheli’  ...
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Indian Institute Of Technology Students Develop Products To Help Boost Woman Hygiene
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Indian Institute Of Technology Students Develop Products To Help Boost Woman Hygiene

Indian Institute of Technology students are venturing to women hygiene sector with start-ups like Cleanse Right and Sanfe providing solutions for the same ...
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In A First, Central Reserve Police Force To Install Sanitary Pad Dispensers For Women Officers
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In A First, Central Reserve Police Force To Install Sanitary Pad Dispensers For Women Officers In Combat

Funds have been sanctioned for Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) to procure a total of 288 pad vending machines to improve menstrual hygiene among women personnel and also install incinerators to scientifically dispose of used sanitary napkins ...
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