Talk about it. Period.

In India, girls tend to miss school six days a month due to their inability to manage their periods at school. To spread awareness about the embedded structural and social inequalities that girls face in Indian society, menstrual health remains at the top of the agenda. It’s an under-recognised social determinant of sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR), the building block to attaining gender equality outcomes. Access to safe menstrual periods has been a long battle for Indian women, particularly in rural areas and among poorer groups. According to the National Family Health Survey-5 (NFHS-5), 27 per cent of young rural women still use unhygienic absorbents during their menstrual period.

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