Founder of Ujaas
Unriddling The Problem
of girls consider menstruation as abnormal.
women in India are not able to use sanitary napkins.
of girls drop out of school upon reaching puberty.
of Indian mothers still consider mensturation 'impure' or 'dirty'.
Menstrual disorders are among the most commonly observed gynecological morbidities.
of women suffer from PMDD (Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder) in the country.
How We BringThe Change
Awareness Sessions Conducted in India
Sanitary Napkins Distributed
Contribute Towards Changing The
- Be a part of our awareness programs
- Spread the word
- Take part in our distribution activities
We've seen the enthusiasm in team Ujaas when they visited our village. They are doing a great work.
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