When it’s that time of the month, females are labelled as ‘weak’, which I believe is an incorrect notion, women experience 1-2cm’s of dilation while menstruating, which prepares them for a 14-15cm of dilation during times of pregnancy, experiencing this pain does not make a women weak, but rather develops them as individuals to bear a child, which means bearing the future of our country. Each time a women menstruates, she comes one step closer to being resilient to this pain, and bringing out this pain as a form of their strength. We at the Sukhad project, work forward with women who do not have access to menstrual hygiene essentials and need the comfort of feeling as powerful as any other day that they naturally would. By doing this, The Sukhad project not only aims to protect and serve the needy but also challenge the orthodox Indian standards set for women. We as people have evolved to live now in a technologically abled era, then why do we hesitate to talk about our evolution from using a cloth to a sanitary pad? One should not just be prepared enough to face a period but also be educated of how all women as a command unit have moved forward in development and success.
To give a brief of what we do at the project;
We are also conducting distribution drives every week where 'Sukhad Kit' is distributed which includes pads, soap, paper envelopes for disposal, and other essential items.
WE ARE PLANNING TO DISTRIBUTE AROUND 50K SUKHAD KITS TO UNDERPRIVILEGED WOMEN throughout the year.
Or you can donate through the website as well
If you would like to know more about this project, write to me at firstname.lastname@example.org or contact me on 8076857878
You can read more about this NGO on www.hamaripahchan.org