Under the Micro project, sanitary napkins pads are to be distributed to 400 poor girls and women during their menstruation Days for hygiene so that these poor girls and women may protect themselves from unhygienic situation and diseases and this will help them to live free and safe during the menstruation
The basic hygienic facilities as sanitary napkins pads are not accessible to 88% women out of 355 million women in India. India has a share of 27% deaths in total deaths from Cervical cancer in the world for which one of the main causes is unhygienic conditions during menstruation. 23 percent school going girls become school drop-out and numerous women take leave from their work (labor, job) during the menstruation.
Sanitary napkins pads are to be distributed to 400 Poor girls and women to provide the sanitation safely during the menstruation Days and they are to be aware of medical harms of using cloth, cotton and other measures. In addition to this, they are to be trained to be aware of sanitation forever.
400 girls and women will live a better & Dignified life by using sanitary napkins pads during menstruation Days and the matter of school drop-outs will reduce. Also they will have access to the basis sanitation products as sanitary napkin.
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