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30 Jan, 2017

Deccan Herald

Menstrual hygiene programme wins accolades It may sound shocking and unbelievable but a section of women living in slums makes use of sand, ash, newspapers, plastic bags and rags besides old clothes...
28 Apr, 2016

United Nations Foundation

How Indian Women are Leading a Menstrual Health Revolution Through Micro-Entrepreneurship Lakshmi, a mother of four, isn’t accustomed to talking about her periods. Living in a semi-nomadic...
26 Mar, 2016

Your Story

How Sukhibhava is helping women in urban slums move beyond sand, ash, and leaves to improve menstrual hygiene Does your mind say ‘waste’ or ‘irrelevant’ when someone says sand, ash, plastic,...
14 Mar, 2016

Economic Times

Menstrual health startups are helping educate women about their cycle BENGALURU: Early stage menstrual health startups have emerged in the last 18 months, using technology to reach over 300-million...
26 Jan, 2016

Bangalore Mirror

TWO NGOS FROM BENGALURU SELECTED FOR UN GRANTS Two city-based NGOs have been chosen to receive UN grants for their ambitious community-based development projects beginning April. Read...
10 Aug, 2015

Bangalore Mirror

FIVE LESSONS MBA GRADUATES CAN LEARN FROM THE MOUNTAIN MAN Anyone would agree that Dashrath Manjhi is an inspiration for generations to come. He was a symbol of true love and the meaning of the word...
1 Jun, 2015

The News Minute

NGOs Step Into Provide Sanitary Napkins to the Poor when Government Schemes Fail On World Menstrual Hygiene Day, Robust Solution, a Kolkata-based start-up initiated a project for installing vending...
25 May, 2015

The Hindu Business Line

Deshpande Foundation honours top five NGO ideators Sukhibhava, Bengaluru – It aims to tackle contributing factors to gender inequality through the provision of products and education that enable...
4 Feb, 2015

The Better India

This Young Guy Is Breaking The Taboo Of Menstrual Hygiene Among Urban Poor Like any other family, Dilip Kumar’s family too wanted him to pursue higher studies and become an engineer. He completed...
19 Sep, 2014

I Change My City

Making clean menstrual hygiene a reality for many A survey conducted by 25-year-old Dilip Kumar Pattubala, out of curiosity, exposed him to the abysmal levels of menstrual hygiene existing among...