No Shame to Bleed (NSTB)

by Visible Impact
No Shame to Bleed (NSTB)
No Shame to Bleed (NSTB)
No Shame to Bleed (NSTB)
No Shame to Bleed (NSTB)
No Shame to Bleed (NSTB)
No Shame to Bleed (NSTB)
No Shame to Bleed (NSTB)
No Shame to Bleed (NSTB)
No Shame to Bleed (NSTB)
No Shame to Bleed (NSTB)
No Shame to Bleed (NSTB)
No Shame to Bleed (NSTB)
No Shame to Bleed (NSTB)
No Shame to Bleed (NSTB)
Sarathis conducting session among school students
Sarathis conducting session among school students

Our Sarathis who were recently trained on ‘Menstrual Hygiene Management’ have started conducting workshops at their full fledge. The workshops are being conducted in different schools across Kathmandu valley among adolescents. They have been covering the topic from Anatomy to Physiology to social topics like Role of Men in menstruation.

With the received funds, we have been providing the transportation and lunch cost to our Sarathis who have been voluntarily contributing their time to work on this cause. The cost also covers the expenses of stationeries used during the workshops. It is because of the funds we receive, we’re being able to continue our activism, mobilize and empower the young people.

With this kind and continuous support, we are more motivated to work for the cause, raise awareness placing our youths as leaders.

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With this report, we’d like to express our gratitude for the donations we have received during this period. Utilizing the funds we’ve received, we selected and organized a workshop for new batch of volunteers which we refer them as “Sarathis”. They were capacitated by our previous batch of trained Sarathis.

The contents mainly focused on Menstrual Health Management in detail. The newly trained batch of Sarathis will conduct workshops on MHM in schools as per their reach. They will also write blogs and other informational contents in relation to Menstruation. This will help raise awareness about menstruation, menstrual hygiene and its management among youths and adolescents from diverse communities and background.

Furthermore, Visible Impact team is grateful to have succeeded in continuing our project No Shame to Bleed project and aspire to work more on the related area expanding our reach in the upcoming days.

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With the additional fund received within the past months, our volunteers conducted workshops on Menstrual Hygiene Management in government schools and among schools with blind students. The funds helped us support our volunteers in transportation, communication and other logistics required for the workshop itself.

The students who received the training were really thankful to our volunteers. They found the training fruitful and insightful as they gained new knowledge and information. The sessions helped raise awareness among the adolescents and the school teachers as well. The students also promised to pass on the gained information among their colleagues and peer groups.

Furthermore, Visible Impact with received donation is planning to include more volunteers and capacitate and train them soon on Menstrual Hygiene Management expanding ‘No Shame to Bleed’.

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Since its inception, Visible Impact has been advocating for safer and healthier menstruation by enhancing knowledge, skills and participation for both boys and girls. It also aims to advocate with the government for formulating and implementing policies to eliminate all forms of discrimination that occurs with girls and women during menstruation. Under the project, various schools based workshops on MHM, Youth activism; Research on Menstrual Health has been conducted in many districts across Nepal.

We started a fundraiser to support the project through GlobalGiving, where we attempt to raise USD 5000 to advocate for safer and healthier menstrual health. We have been able to raise 40 USD so far and we have already been able to start work with the fund raised.

What has already happened with the donation?

With the donation, we have mobilized our trained volunteers to conduct workshops among adolescent boys and girls. Information, communication and education materials have been upgraded and distributed among the workshop participants.

With the fund raised, Visible Impact was able to cover the expenses of travel and communication for our volunteers as well. Eventually, through the funds received, our volunteers will be able to continue conducting workshops, upgrade and distribute IEC materials as required, celebrate dedicated days and create awareness among general population as well.

Moreover, with the support received, Visible Impact will be able to capacitate more young people as trainers and advocates for Safer and Healthier Menstrual Health!

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Visible Impact

Location: Kathmandu - Nepal
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Twitter: @Vis_Im
Project Leader:
Medha Sharma
Kathmandu, Kathmandu Nepal
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