Menstrual health has been neglected for years now, but it is time that menstrual hygiene is treated as a right and not a luxury because everyone deserves healthy menstrual cycles.
Apollo Hospitals and Reckitt have launched the Arogya Rakshak initiative, which focuses on hygiene in schools, health and nutrition centres, says Upasana Kamineni Konidela.
Further, when a student reminded Harjot Kaur Bamrah of how the government is voted to power by the people, she snapped and said that the thought is sheer 'stupidity'.
The information was shared by Union Minister of Education for State Subhas Sarkar in response to a written question in Lok Sabha.
The anthology brings together a myriad of experiences of how women in South Asia negotiate the phenomenon.
Niine Personal Hygiene was established in 2018 with the goal of helping to improve the conditions of female sanitation and hygiene in India. Niine made a mark very quickly by focusing on creating the best quality menstrual...
Ayyappa shrine at Sabarimala does not allow women in their menstrual age group as he is an "eternal celibate" and this practice should not be altered or subverted, according to senior CPI(M) leader G Sudhakaran, who had...
With an aim to empower adolescent girls against child marriages and similar social injustices, the West Bengal Women and Child Development and Social Welfare Department has come up with Kanyashree Plus activities that aim to...
On World Menstrual Hygiene Day, here are a few actresses who voice their opinions and also create awareness around the taboos related to women’s periods.
Period pain is a real issue that needs more thought and empathetic treatment.
17-year old Ravina Bairwa is a grassroots champion who hopes the second wave of COVID-19 will not deny rural girls their health rights
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The National Education Policy (NEP 2020) has been viewed as instrumental in bringing necessary changes in our education system. Addressing health and nutrition...
With all the schools across the country shut for months due to coronavirus pandemic, the schoolgirls cannot avail the facility of free sanitary pads.
On Menstrual Hygiene Day, Outlook discusses with Niine and Advaita Kala what it takes to break the shame and being the change on menstrual health in India
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