Child Help Foundation celebrated International Women’s Day on 22nd March with underprivileged tribal teenage girls and women at Kanya Ashram Shala Sakur in Jawhar Taluka, Palghar District. The first lady of Maharashtra, Amruta Fadnavis was the chief guest of this event.

Child Help Foundation initiated a campaign to promote menstrual hygiene by facilitating the distribution of 70,000 sanitary napkins to underprivileged girls and women.
Donatekart has helped us in raising sanitary napkins on their online portal. Also, Happy Nari by collaborating with Child Help Foundation has set up Sanitary Napkin Vending Machine for tribal teenage girls and women in the predominantly tribal areas of Jawhar Taluka, Maharashtra. You can get 2 pads for Rs.5. Happy Nari has donated 30 machines till now.

Child Help Foundation and Amruta Fadnavis distributing Sanitary Napkin
Child Help Foundation and Amruta Fadnavis distributing Sanitary Napkins to underprivileged tribal teenage girls and women at Kanya Ashram Shala Sakur in Jawhar Taluka, Palghar District

Advocacy sessions on menstrual hygiene were followed by Dr. Anita Patil wherein girls interacted with her about the problems that they were facing. More than 500 girls attended this session. The interaction by them was unbelievable

Our esteemed chief guests were Mrs. Amruta Devendra Fadnavis – the First Lady of Maharashtra, Collector of Palghar District – Dr. Prashant Narnaware (I.A.S), Pavneet Kaur (I.A.S), Milind Borikar (I.A.S)

Child Help Foundation (India), a child-centric organization, works for the best interests of the child and constantly endeavors to empower women and children by making holistic education development and healthcare available to underprivileged communities.

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