It was found that almost all the women of the village all suffering from a lack of awareness in Menstrual Hygiene Management, which is going to be a serious issue for their health one day.
Creating awareness among the community of 4210 women and adolescent girls. TEAS initiative SANGH is for improving young women’s, adolescent girls' health, nutritional status, well-being as well as their enrolment and retention in schools. Working to train girls, women, and community members about menstrual health management to keep then aware and rise above unhealthy practices, to help girls stay in school and to equip them with the right information.
To get this done a comprehensive social and behavior change communication strategy was implemented to address issues of the menstrual hygiene management. This was implemented wherein a pack of sanitary napkins called “SANGH-KIT” is being provided to rural women and adolescent girls. Convincing monthly meetings at the Anganwadi Centers, schools or other such platforms for adolescent girls to focus on issue of menstrual hygiene and also serve as a platform to discuss other relevant issues.
Using a 360-degree approach to create awareness among adolescent girls about safe & hygienic menstrual health practices which includes audio, video, and reading materials for tribal women and adolescent girls.
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