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Made Of Corn & Bamboo, These Eco-Friendly Pads Are Better For You & The Earth!
Hari Prasad with the girls he helped get back to school. Credits:
Village Head Champions Menstrual Hygiene, Turns Padman To Help Girls Finish School!
A young girl in Pamohi village stitches reusable sanitary pads for distribution among rural women. (Photo by Abdul Gani)
In Rural Assam, A ‘Pad’ Movement By Young Women Is Bringing Health & Prosperity
Experts Speak: After Padman, It’s Time for a State Menstruation Policy
Don’t Hide It. Period: Time to Carry Your Sanitary Napkins in Style!
Representational Image only. Source (L) - Wikimedia Commons. (R) - Facebook
Bhopal Becomes India’s 1st Railway Station to Have ‘Happy Nari’ Pad-Vending Machine
Not Just Padman, Here Are the Many Heroes Making Menstruation Easier for Women
Seven New ICC Rules for Cricketers You Need to Know About
Watch: What Do Men in Bengaluru Think About Periods? We Found out! #FreeThePeriod
Worried about sanitary waste? A waste picker shares the right way to discard it
Rural Women in Uttarakhand Believed Menstruation Was God’s Curse. Till an Engineer Broke the Taboo
Sanitary Napkins Could Become Tax-Free If This MP Has Her Way
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MY STORY: How I Started Making and Using My Own Cloth Pads
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