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These Nagpur teenage girls are making paintings to raise funds for COVID-19 battle 

They intend to donate 50 per cent of the amount to the Prime Minister's CARES Fund and the remaining to an orphanage for girls and a centre for mentally deranged children

Published on 9th July 2020
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How 26-year-old Deane is raising funds to provide sanitary napkins to the underprivileged during the pandemic

Deane De Menezes is aiming to reduce period poverty during the pandemic through her action group Red Is the New Green. This is why they're making a huge difference

Published on 29th June 2020
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I couldn't accept menstruation: What transman Shreyas Mohanan thought when he got his first period

A female to male transgender person, Shreyas Mohanan tells us how difficult it was for him to be a menstruating transman and how he transitioned through college before finding the real him

Published on 24th June 2020
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How Kabeer quit a corporate job and is doing everything from milking cows to educate kids in his village in MP is truly inspiring

Hailing from Nagda in Madhya Pradesh, Kabeer is giving back to his village by running a free school for the poor, taking free coaching classes and now, actively helping people deal with the pandemic 

Published on 12th June 2020
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How 18-year-old Sanjana Dixit started a menstrual movement that has distributed 1.2 lakh pads to women in need

Based out of Bengaluru, Sanjana started Rutuchakra and through it, she conducts effective workshops on menstrual hygiene and she also ensures that even boys and men are part of the conversations 

Published on 2nd June 2020
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60 percent of women say Indian schools have inadequate facilities to dispose sanitary pads: Annual Menstrual Hygiene Survey

In workspaces too, 41 percent women felt their office needed better cleanliness and facilities to change and dispose sanitary pads off in toilets

Published on 27th May 2020
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This Hyderabad NGO raised Rs 32 lakh and helped migrant workers, Uber drivers across the city. Here's how

Their extensive kits are being distributed in many areas, for the second time if need be. They are doing this with the help of their many volunteers, wonderful donors and the police

Published on 4th May 2020
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Women to get free sanitary napkins in Lucknow

District magistrate Abhishek Prakash said that free sanitary napkins, soaps and sanitizers will be made available to women through six 'Sakhi' vans

Published on 9th April 2020
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SFI gets Bengal its first 24x7 sanitary pad delivery during lockdown

The initiative took shape because the women in the organisation felt that essentials do not just mean rice, pulses and medicines but sanitary pads as well

Published on 30th March 2020
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Care in the time of Corona: This pet groomer in Kolkata is providing food, medicines to the elderly, free of cost

Rice, dal, medicines, sanitary napkins and sanitisers are a few of the primary products that are required at a time like this. Kashika has already begun delivering supplies since March 22

Published on 23rd March 2020
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How AMU students are balancing college and relief work to help Delhi's riot-hit victims  

The students have divided themselves into three teams, three students for relief and rehabilitation, three for legal and three to collect testimonies from the victims  

 

Published on 10th March 2020
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Everyday Sheroes: Shanthi risks ill-health, sexual harassment, natural disasters to keep your streets clean 

In our run-up to International Women's Day 2020, we have curated this series of stories of women who aren't "extraordinary" but our world may just stop going around smoothly if not for them

Published on 8th March 2020
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Everyday Sheroes: Chennai auto driver PV Raji Ashok offers free rides, sanitary napkin and driving lessons to women

In our run-up to Int'l Women's Day 2020, we have curated this series of stories of women who aren't extraordinary — but our world may just stop going around smoothly if they decided to call it a day

Published on 7th March 2020
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These students and their Aerobic Composters are crunching the trash at Govt Schools in Karnataka

Mysuru prof Shamsundar Subbarao is training engineering students to design Aerobic Composters and install them in government or NGO-run schools. They have already installed two composters in Mysuru

Published on 5th February 2020
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These young entrepreneurs want you to have a blissful and rash-free period. Here's how

Niveda R and Gowtham S have created Bliss pads, eco-friendly sanitary napkins that are made from kenaf fibres which is a well-known substitute for jute - commonly called Deccan hemp or Java jute

Published on 3rd February 2020

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