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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 Kannada short film that highlights four superstitions in the Garden City, was filmed in just two days!

Nam Devaru Aathara is a Kannada short film on four superstitions, all based on one common thread - religious faith manipulation

Published on 12th May 2020
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COVID-19 stress causing you to skip or delay in your period?

With all the COVID-19 anxiety floating around, it is natural that some women may experience a slight delay before their next period

Published on 17th 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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Everyday Sheroes: Anjali Divakaran took up nursing for the love of service. Here's why

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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Mr & Ms P talk about Puberty: Why Deepa Kumar's illustrated books are the bomb!

We speak to author Deepa Kumar, whose guide for girls and boys on puberty is extraordinary. She tells us why writing such books are important for parents and children in today's times
 

Published on 1st March 2020
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How this couple in Hyderabad set up a 'Healing Train' to get underprivileged kids healthy while having fun

Meet Rachel and Kimmi, a couple in Hyderabad who have set up an NGO where students and underprivileged kids get much needed health checks and gyaan almost like they're on a train ride

Published on 27th February 2020
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How St Francis College's street play group Bedaari is talking about sexism, body shaming

Every actor on the team knows every dialogue and not just their own, so that anyone can step in for another in case someone forgets the dialogue. Bedaari is an Urdu word which means 'act of awareness'

Published on 20th January 2020
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Women's Entrepreneurship Day: Meet 5 women who are changing the face of business in India

We rarely celebrate women who have conquered the business world, so we've put together a few names who have left a deep impact in the world of entrepreneurship

Published on 19th November 2019
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Lavanya Gudelli from Hyderabad is bringing the change that she wished to see in the world. Here's how

Hyderabad-based Lavanya Gudelli also initiated a Changemaker's Club where youngsters meet and talk about burning issues once in three months 

Published on 2nd September 2019
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These Kochi students are collecting Rs 30 via GPay to buy pads, diapers for flood victims

The initiative was kickstarted by a few students of Union Christian College, Aluva. the napkins and diapers are sent to Nilambur

Published on 13th August 2019
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School students in Thiruvananthapuram can now get sanitary napkins for free 

The programme is being implemented jointly by KSWDC and HLL Lifecare Ltd which provides technical support

Published on 16th July 2019
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Period pain significantly affects a woman's academic performance, says study

One in five young women (20 per cent) reported being absent from class due to period pain

Published on 2nd July 2019
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Japan school issues apology for making students report menstruation details

A parent lodged a complaint on June 13 after their daughter was made to tell her name, class and the number of days into her period

Published on 21st June 2019
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How Eco Femme began making cloth pads cool again from a village near Pondicherry

Azmia Riaz speaks to the founders of Eco Femme about why their product will be a mainstay in the sustainable future and why it will change the way women deal with menstruation

Published on 29th May 2019

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