Poverty is not your fate. It’s an unfortunate state of living that can be changed with talent, determination and help. We tell the story of Seema who is a testament to this belief.
We often live in a bubble made of confined knowledge, stereotypes, and assumptions. We tend to ignore social problems or learn about them to be comfortable in our worlds. On this International Day of Action for Women’s health let’s all choose to break our comfort bubbles first to accept pre-existing social concerns around menstrual hygiene. Continue reading “Power of Awareness”
Sexual health and well-being are recognized as inseparable aspects of human rights, rooted in the right to health. International human rights standards require Sexual and Reproductive Health (SRH) services to be available, accessible, acceptable, and of good quality. Yet, several people are either unaware of such rights or lack the agencies to attain them. India,Continue reading “A Look Into the Sexual and Reproductive Care Initiatives in India”
When Rani got her first period, she had nobody to talk about it, not even her mother. As if her struggle to find basic clothes to cover her body was not enough, that this humiliation came over, she thought. With no access to sanitary products, she resorted to praying to Good to stop her periodsContinue reading “Ending the Period Poverty”