Friday, 31 January 2014

Mera Parivar working for 10000 Girls in Haryana on Menstrual Hygiene Management

Young girls personal hygiene, reproductive health issue Menstrual Hygiene Management (MHM), Girls Toilet, Sanitation Hygiene 
Gild Child Project

  Young girls in India menstruating for the first time are considered impure and are excluded from social life. Tradition dictates they are not allowed into the family home and many are forced to stop going to school
It's a common tradition in many parts of India to make menstruating girls sit outside the house for five days at a stretch. She sat at the doorway under a temporary shelter made of banana leaves or hut.
 Mera Parivar will reach out 10000 girls in Haryana with issue Menstrual Hygiene Management, Girls Toilet, Sanitation Hygiene and adolescences issue face by young girls.
A combination of factors such as lack of physical activity, diet, environmental chemicals, hormonal changes, physiology- PUBERTY MUCH EARLIER call and psychological changes are being blamed for the early onset of puberty.
Mera Parivar will explore more positive way to think of their womanhood process.

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