I'm a law student currently pursuing my BBALLB from IP University. From many years, I've been involved with a number of non-governmental organizations (NGOs) in order to raise awareness and cause for the society. These causes include education for children, working on the laws related to environment, women's safety, and animal rights. This year, in July 2021, I became a volunteer at Hamari Pahchan NGO.
Looking after my interest towards social causes, I've been given fascinating opportunities and since then I am working on multiple projects and initiatives. However, one of their projects has greatly inspired me, and I have decided to lead it on my own.
'SUKHAD' is the name of the project.
In this project we will help the underprivileged women to spend their periods comfortably and with proper means and information under this initiative.
Providing sanitary pads, educating them on proper menstrual hygiene, and raising awareness that 'periods' and discussing them is not a taboo topic, but rather a normal method.
स्वस्थय को है बचाना तो हर औरत को है पैड इस्तेमाल मे लाना 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. हमारी पहचान बना रही है महिलाओ को सशक्त Project sukhad is the need of the hour and we all need to unite for the cause. WE ARE PLANNING TO DISTRIBUTE AROUND 50K SUKHAD KITS TO UNDERPRIVILEGED WOMEN throughout the year.
Per kit price:
Sukhad kit for 1 woman = Rs. 1,400/-
Sukhad kits for 5 women = Rs 7,000/-
KIT INCLUDES 24 packets of the sanitary pad 6 packets of soap Disposable paper envelopes. I respectfully request that you all donate to this cause because every penny makes a significant difference.
The more you participate, the more I will be able to assist these ladies with their menstrual issues.
Or you can donate through the website as well www.hamaripahchan.org If you would like to know more about this project, write to me on
Srivastavashreya671@gmail.com or contact me on 9711518057. You can read more about this NGO on www.hamaripahchan.org