Mensuration is not a social Taboo !!

Women in the rural India are not aware of the concept of menstrual hygiene. Some of them choose to make use of dirty/damp cloth continuously without discussing it with anyone. In most of the rural areas these sanitary napkins are not easily available by women. Besides most of the retail shops are guarded by men and this makes them difficult to make their purchase of one easily

helphuts for women sanitation
women sanitation

Let’s put a halt to Cultural crisis, with knowledge, eradicate poverty.

Let’s put a halt to Cultural crisis, with knowledge, eradicate poverty.
India is in extreme poverty since they cannot meet their basic needs to live. They are homeless and they do not have access to education, much less to information. All this adds to the serious cultural crisis. Women and girls are unaware of the various products and significance to health during enstruation. The sanitary pads are easily disposable and are made of some sort of chemical as chlorine, polyacrylates and plastics. Doctors even prefer to make use of organic sanitary pads which are free of chorine. We together
need to put an end to this

Take the courage to stand out alone, Help those who need you

The obvious issue to provide sanitation to every single woman at the cost of little more is our concern. We shouldn’t take it for granted, sanitation is a physical measure that has probably done more to increase human life span because sanitation has so many effects across all aspects of development – it affects education, it affects health, it affects maternal mortality and infant mortality. Women should be made aware of menstruation and environment friendly, hygienic sanitary napkins. Women are facing problems due to lack of scientific understanding about menstruation, rampant myth sand misconceptions and have limited or no access to hygienic menstrual products. We aim in providing the women with spreading awareness with environment-friendly sanitary pads.

Have a heart and lend a hand

Hunger in the world is a problem with exit. We aim to help eradicate it, and only with your help we can achieve it. Help us improve the quality of life of many of these families; together we can help a father bring food home each day, a mother to feed her children and many families to go to bed without the crushing pain of hunger and without the worry of an uncertain morning. A mother also faces problems due to lack of scientific understanding about menstruation, rampant myths and misconceptions and have limited or no access to hygienic menstrual products.

We need to change the state of affairs for women in India. Holistic approach is the need of the hour and we aim in improving the situation of women. Our main objective is to provide basic amenities to the needy people which will be a helping hand to those who are really in need.

Approximately 842 million people suffer from hunger worldwide. Of this, 176.9 million live in India which means that India alone accounts for more than 10 percent of the world’s hungry people. Besides the use of sanitary napkins among Indian women is 48.5% in rural, 77.5% in urban and 57.6% total. Adolescent girls (age group 12-18 years) are not provided with adequate menstrual protection and hence they miss 5 days of school in a month (50 days a year). Hence 23% of these girls drop out from schools. Let us give a helping hand to girls, women and those who deserve a helping hand. Your generous contribution is really appreciated and this will help in eradicating poverty and
providing hygienic environment to girls and women in India.