I’m Priya Dhar, a candidate, working with Hamari Pahchan NGO, to ensure menstrual hygiene for underprivileged women in India. I want to ensure that everyone has adequate knowledge about this problem in our society. In order to prevent skin disorders brought on by the use of old clothes and dried leaves, I urge every woman, regardless of age or if she comes from an underprivileged society, to practice proper menstrual hygiene.
There are more than 355 million menstruation women and girls worldwide, however, there are still many obstacles standing in the way of millions of women having a comfortable and respectable menstrual hygiene experience throughout India. According to research, 71% of Indian females claim to have had no prior awareness of menstruation.
Women may experience long-term issues as a result of not knowing how to maintain their cleanliness during menstruation. Additionally, according to the Indian ministry of health, only 12% of women in India have access to sanitary items, forcing the remaining to use harmful substitutes like rags, newspapers, etc.
After conducting a survey in the slums, it was discovered that there are women who are suffering from various problems due to the non-maintenance of their menstrual health.
Sukhad Kit for 1 woman = Rs.1400/-
Sukhad Kt for 5 women = Rs.7,000/-
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