New Delhi (India), August 4: There are many concerns and misconceptions related to the issues of women’s health and hygiene. Women especially from urban and rural slums of our country often face difficulties and challenges during the menstruation cycle due to the lack of right information and proper facilities. The ‘Tumhari Khushi’ campaign has taken a step forward in this direction by launching a campaign to educate and sensitise the women of slum areas about their personal hygiene and health. In this array, a workshop on menstrual hygiene and proper use of sanitary pads was organised in Rajendra Nagar area of Delhi in association with H3 Foundation and Uniclon Healthcare Pvt Ltd.
UNICLAN HEALTHCARE is an established and well-known brand manufacturing budget friendly and quality sanitary products which is determined to establish its global identity in the healthcare and wellness sector. The manufacturing unit of UNICLAN located in Jaipur is capable of producing 300 million sanitary napkins per annum. H3 Foundation is a non-profit organisation operating from South Delhi, where volunteers are always ready to help the youth of the country to become self-reliant and support them to face the socio-economic challenges related to their lives along with taking proper care of their physical health and mental well-being.
The team of ‘Tumhari Khushi’ campaign not only had an open discussion with the women on questions and concerns related to their personal health and hygiene, but also made them aware about sensitive issues like good and bad touch. The women participating in the workshop got a lot of practical and crucial information, which would help them to keep themselves healthy and safe in future. Also, they have gained the confidence to support the other females in their family and neighbourhood as well by using this knowledge to make them aware in terms of women’s health and welfare.
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