Telangana Women and Child Welfare Minister Satyavathi Rathore has said that the government will provide necessary assistance to raise awareness on menstrual hygiene for girls. The Minister congratulated Sandhya Gollamudi, a spokesperson for Pure, for conducting awareness programs on monthly changes in women.
The Minister flagged off the Pure Femme Hygiene Van on the occasion. Upasana Konidela has launched the Pure Femme Song and Film, Pure Guru, Pure Human Awards program, said Pure spokesperson Sandhya Gollamudi.
Speaking at the event in Hyderabad on Thursday, Pure spokesperson Sandhya Gollamudi said the van was manufactured as per the instructions of CEO Shaila Thalluri. He said the van would collect information back in 4,700 slums. Pure Femme Hygiene Awareness Campaign. Focus on maintaining adequate and dignified menstruation in adolescent girls.
The goal of the Pure Femme program is not to influence the girl’s education. Easy access to hygiene products, demonstrating their use, and interactive sessions that help them understand adolescence ensure a supportive environment, including teachers and boys in conversation, to create a general state around this culturally taboo topic. Provide education on menstrual hygiene for girls. So that they have the confidence and authority to make informed decisions on how to manage menstruation. Promote menstrual education for teachers, boys, and parents.
Thereby helping them to break down negative social norms. Allow girls to stay in school by giving them access to hygienic menstrual products, toilets, water, and disposal options.
The children who help children around the world. Pure Youth, a leadership program, aims to discuss and raise awareness about the impact of education on society through a number of projects and fundraising.