International Women's Day is commemorated in a variety of ways worldwide; it is a public holiday in several countries and is observed socially or locally in others. The UN observed the holiday in connection with a particular issue, campaign, or theme in women's rights. In some parts of the world, IWD still reflects its political origins, being marked by protests and calls for radical change; in other areas, particularly in the West, it is largely socio-cultural and centred on a celebration of womanhood.
International Women’s Day was observed by Prime Trust at Janani Home for Girls on Tuesday the 8th March 2022. Around 25 women participated in the event. Mr G. Sivakumar, Trustee of Prime Trust offered a talk. The women actively participated.
In the end, the women were offered mouthwash to make use of their families.
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