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The Better India

This organisation is working towards menstrual hygiene awareness among underprivileged societies. Read...

The Ladies Finger

A Bangalorean NGO has started a fellowship that aims to educate 1 million girls and women about various issues surrounding menstrual health and hygiene. Read...

New Indian Express

Sukhibhava, a Bengaluru NGO, aims to help women in urban, rural areas adopt better menstrual hygiene through awareness programmes Read...

The Hindu

Sukhibhava is slowly breaking the taboo around menstruation and making conversations surrounding menstrual hygiene comfortable Read...

N Core

Last few weeks have been really exciting for us as we opened applications for our N/1 cohort, offering 6 months of incubation, an innovation grant of INR 10 Lakhs and a unique opportunity to be...

The Logical Indian

Ash, sand, sawdust, plastic – the things that we regard as ‘waste’ – are the options that millions of women in India take recourse to when it comes to menstrual hygiene. What’s waste for...

Deccan Chronicle

In a country where talking about menstruation can still be a taboo, this foundation raises awareness among the women from across the country, especially in the rural areas where one might find many...

The News Minute

Bengaluru NGO’s ‘Period Fellowship’ aims to educate million women on menstrual hygiene. Started by Sukhibhava, the year-long programme will train 40 individuals from diverse fields to...

The Hindu

Arunachalam Muruganantham, the real ‘Padman’ who revolutionised the menstrual hygiene space by manufacturing low-cost sanitary pads, continues to be an inspiration. His initiative, which stirred...

India CSR

Goldman Sachs, a leading global investment bank and active investor in India, today announced the winners of its 2018 India Impact Fund. The fund is a local initiative tailored for young employees of...

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...

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...
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