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Identify and select underprivileged women's who are capable of learning and earning. The beneficiaries identified are further screened by economic status, family income and the number of dependents. The duration for each course varies from 3-6 months depending on the level of skill being taught at any given point of time. At the end of the term, an examination is held to determine their knowledge and understanding of the programme and the skills being taught and their results are declared accordingly. The project is executed at various stages with people being involved in promoting, taking charge of admissions, handling student training, administration, and accounts. Besides the ongoing training, short term sessions/life skill workshops are organized for the students to improve their skills and upgrade their overall knowledge and understanding of various vocations.

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Menstrual Hygiene Facts Only 36 Percent Of The Women's In India Use Sanitary Pads During Periods

Menstruation is normal and a healthy part of life and yet girls and women in India go through extreme struggles to manage their period every month. A large chuck of the Indian population believes this natural cycle to be a ‘curse’, ‘impure’ and ‘dirty’ among other things, courtesy of the ancient myths surrounding menstruation in our country. According to Census 2011 population data, about 336 million girls and women's in India are of reproductive age and menstruate for 2-7 days, every month, and yet the topic of menstruation is expected to be a hush affair and kept under wraps of the ‘black plastic bags’, which is given to most of us each time we buy sanitary napkins.

When a girl faces challenges in managing her period in a healthy manner, it can cause a number of problems to her physical as well as mental health. Not only will she be at risk of infection, but her education, self-esteem, and confidence also suffer in a major way. May 28 is observed as Menstrual Hygiene Day globally, so to mark this day, let’s look at some stark facts about menstruation in India that you should know. Period.

1. Only 36 Percent Women's Use Sanitary Pads In India

National Family Health Survey 2015-2016 estimates that of the 336 million menstruating women's in India about 121 million (roughly 36 percent) women's are using sanitary napkins, locally or commercially produced.

2. Sanitary napkins: The Impact on Environment

Most common menstrual hygiene product in India is sanitary napkin which is disposable and they can have an adverse impact on the environment due to the huge amounts of plastics they contain.

Dr. Surbhi Singh, Delhi-based Gynaecologist and a menstrual hygiene activist says,

"Conventional sanitary pads and tampons available in the market are loaded with plastic. These menstrual products are used for at least 4-6 days per month by most women worldwide. This means a huge amount of plastic waste is generated every month globally. After being disposed of, sanitary products that are usually made out of plastic take over 500 years to break down.

3. What Exactly Happens Due To Poor Menstrual Hygiene?

We often hear that unhygienic period health and disposal practices can have major consequences on the health of women, but what exactly is at risk here? Every person – male or female should be aware of the diseases that could be caused if a woman does not have access to menstrual hygiene products. The issue can increase a woman’s chances of contracting cervical cancer, Reproductive Tract Infections, Hepatitis B infection, various types of yeast infections and Urinary Tract Infection, to name a few.

4. How Informed Are Young Girls Who Are Yet To Menstruate?

A 2016 study titled – ‘Menstrual hygiene management among adolescent girls in India’ involving nearly 100,000 girls in India found that almost 50,000 did not know about menstruation until the first time they got their period. The study further explains how many girls even think that they are dying or have caught a horrible disease, the first time they menstruate, due to the pain and blood.

5. Menstruation And Impact On Education

A 2014 report by the Administration informed that almost 23 million girls in India drop out of school annually, because of lack of menstrual hygiene management facilities, including availability of sanitary napkins and awareness about menstruation. The report further suggests that the girls, who don’t drop out, usually miss up to 5 days of school every month.

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India is a developing country and its economic status is also very bad because of the male-dominated country. The men are means the half power of the country and they are walking alone and they forced women to do only the household works. They do not know that women are the half power of the country and if female and male combine can form the full power of the country. The day when both the power of the country would start working, no other country would be more powerful than India. The Indian men never realize the power of Indian women, they are more powerful than men.
Women form a significant proportion of work force in India. The key strategy for women's empowerment and gender equality is to combine policy and institutions at the local level.Empowerment of women is necessary for socio-economic development of any country. Women helps in better development of children and hence an increase in their literacy rate among them is the need of the hour. Women if given the opportunities and the right exposure can excel themselves in any field. Since girls and women represent 50% of the world population, enabling them to participate in their local economics help broaden the employment pool. The aim of skill development, particularly in case of women, is not only to prepare them for jobs, but also to improve the performance of women workers by enhancing the quality of work in which they are engaged. There are few major challenges, which need to be addressed for building a conducive ecosystem, of skill development for the women workforce. It has become very important to ensure women empowerment through skill development in the development programmes and thereby strive to have a conducing atmosphere for their effective participation.
The beneficiaries are provided with the basics of computer education e.g. M.S-Office, Paint, Notepad, Internet Surfing and the like. The other course that we offer is Cutting and Tailoring. We have 10 sewing machines for the course and women are taught from the basics of stitching to dress making in both theory and practical classes extensively with one of the best experts from the fashion designing fraternity. The course is for four months as of now. Alongside these two courses we cater to an important subject i.e. soft skill training. The training is conducted simultaneously with the regular course classes as that is very important for the rural population and empowering women.