ThatTimeOfTheMonth - Making periods a non-issue for school girls

23% of girls drop out of school once they start menstruating
66% girls are unaware of menstruation

What does the program entails ?
"That time of the month" campaign will impact 1500 girls.
1. Conducting 3 Menstrual Hygiene Awareness sessions
2. Access to good quality sanitary pads, by supplying each girl with her annual need of 24 packets. 

Through this campaign, we aim to enable girls to manage their periods safely, hygienically and with dignity.

It only takes Rs. 999 to equip one girl with knowledge and habits to fight reproductive track infections, missing days of school and lack of confidence. 

Campaign Partners:  
Sukhibhava Foundation
Knowledge and Implementation Partner
www.sukhibhava.org.in
Sukhibhava Foundation, is a social enterprise working in the intersection of urban health, community change and empowerment. We aim to change the narrative around this by creating awareness about menstrual health and providing access to affordable sanitary pads to women and girls from underprivileged communities. We create a behavioural change from biological, sociological, gender-related and rights perspectives. 

Saral Design Solutions Pvt. Ltd.
Product & Logistics Partner
www.saraldesigns.in
Saral Designs is a for-profit Social Enterprise started by IIT alumni aiming to provide cost effective and lasting hygiene product solutions to low-income girls. We have developed high quality ultra-thin sanitary napkins at half the cost of Multi-national products of the same quality.
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5th June 2017
Thank you for being an amazing support and helping the girls in the tribal areas of Sukma. We have an extremely positive update to share with you all.

With the help of your contribution, in November 2016, Shiksharth successfully distributed sanitary napkins to 1000 girls in Sukma. The distribution was carried out in five schools - Pota Cabin Chhindgarh, Pota Cabin Kumharraas, Pota Cabin Murtonda, Kasturba Gandhi Kanya Vidyalaya Sukma and ‘Saakaar' Gyanodaya Kanya Parisar.

"We cannot afford the napkins, and now we have got this for the whole year. We are all happy because now we don’t have to skip school during our periods," says Gangotri, a student from Murtonda Pota Cabin.A few teachers stated that at such affordable prices, the quality of the pads is very good. Many young tribal female staff used pads for the first time and could experience how hygiene leads to a healthier life.

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Arpit donated $15
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Nila donated $50
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Pramod donated Rs.3,000
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Rini donated Rs.500
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