Menstrual Hygiene

Menstrual Hygiene

Menstrual Hygiene Day Facts: Only 36 Percent Of The Women In India Use Sanitary Pads During Periods

May 28 is observed as Menstrual Hygiene Day globally
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May 28 is observed as Menstrual Hygiene Day globally, here are a look at some grim realities women have to deal with every month ...
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This Menstrual Hygiene Day, Gift Your Daughter ‘Menstrupedia Comic’ And Bust All Her Myths And Doubts

This Menstrual Hygiene Day, Gift Your Daughter ‘Menstrupedia Comic’ And Bust All Her Myths And Doubts
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Lacking awareness about menstrual hygiene when she got her periods as a teenager has made 35-year-old Aditi Gupta to launch Menstrupedia Comic – a guide to menstruation for young girls ...
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On This Menstrual Hygiene Day, Switch To These Low Cost And Eco-Friendly Sanitary Hygiene Alternates. Here’s Why

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On this Menstrual Hygiene Day, make a switch to eco-friendly sanitary pads. Here are some options ...
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Meet The 29-Year-Old Social Worker Who Manufactures Eco-Friendly Sanitary Napkin Incinerator

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“At the end of the day, I just want to do my bit for the environment and society”, says Nisha Nazre, explaining about her inspiration behind coming up with a zero-pollution incinerator ...
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Menstrual Hygiene Sees The Light Of The Day In Hailakandi Jail, Assam, As Women Inmates Get Sanitary Napkins

Menstrual Hygiene Sees The Light Of The Day In Hailakandi Jail, Assam, As Women Inmates Get Sanitary Napkins
Assam Menstrual Hygiene News
To promote menstrual hygiene, 30 packets of sanitary pads were distributed in Hailakandi Jail by the district administration ...
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Lack Of Menstrual Hygiene Is Taking A Toll On Education Of More Than 5 Lakh Girls In Uttar Pradesh: Survey

Lack Of Menstrual Hygiene Is Taking A Toll On Education Of More Than 5 Lakh Girls In Uttar Pradesh: Survey
Menstrual Hygiene News Uttar Pradesh
As many as 5.13 lakh girls in the age group 11-14 years dropped from schools in 2018-19 in Uttar Pradesh due to inadequate facilities in schools related to sanitation and menstrual hygiene ...
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From Having No Access To Sanitary Napkins As A Teen, To Now Distributing It For Free, Story Of Mumbai’s Padwoman

From Having No Access To Sanitary Napkins As A Teen, To Now Distributing It For Free, Story Of Mumbai’s Padwoman
Maharashtra Menstrual Hygiene
Dipti’s first meeting with menstruation and her husband’s dedication towards the cause made her undertake the cause of menstrual hygiene and turn into a ‘padwoman’ ...
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140 Police Stations In Mumbai To Get Sanitary Napkin Vending Machines To Empower Their Female Cops

The Smart Maitrin project has been initiated in collaboration with the NGO Maitrin and is the flagship mission of the MCP Mr. Barve
Menstrual Hygiene News
About 140 police stations throughout Mumbai are set to receive sanitary napkin vending machines as part of the Mumbai Police welfare initiative ‘Smart Maitrin’ project ...
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Sanitary Napkin Production Unit At Tihar Jail, A Hygienic And Empowering Gift To Female Inmates On Women’s Day

Sanitary Napkin Production Unit At Tihar Jail, A Hygienic And Empowering Gift To Female Inmates On Women’s Day
Delhi Menstrual Hygiene News Women's Day Special
On International Women’s Day, a sanitary pad manufacturing unit was launched at Jail number 6 of Tihar Jail in Delhi, for the production of low cost, biodegradable sanitary pads ...
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Period. End Of Sentence’: “It’s Been A Revolution”, Says The Oscar Winning Producer Guneet Monga In An Interview From Los Angeles

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Menstrual Hygiene Women's Day Special
The short film, ‘Period. End Of Sentence.’ backed by Indian producer Guneet Monga's Sikhya Entertainment, is the story of women of Uttar Pradesh’s Kathikera village who fight against all odds to ensure menstrual equality, meaning access to menstrual hygiene for all, in their village ...
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Flying High: Rural India’s Pad-Women Bringing Bottom-Up Change Feature In Oscar-Winning Documentary

Flying High: Rural India's Pad-Women Bringing Bottom-Up Change Feature In Oscar-Winning Documentary
Menstrual Hygiene News Women's Day Special
In January 2017, a low-cost machine invented by social entrepreneur Arunachalam Muruganantham, popularly known as 'Pad Man', was set up in the village to produce sanitary napkins which started the conversation around menstruation ...
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If We Can Do It, Then Any Girl In The World Can Do It: Sneha, Suman Of ‘Period. End Of Sentence’ Gets Rousing Welcome

If We Can Do It, Then Any Girl In The World Can Do It: Sneha, Suman Of 'Period. End Of Sentence' Gets Rousing Welcome
Menstrual Hygiene News Women's Day Special
"Menstruation is not a disease, it’s a procedure. If we talk about this openly then we can make lives of women safe in the coming days," said Suman, featured in India-based documentary 'Period. End of Sentence' ...
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