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Sanitary Napkins

Our Charity distributing Sanitary Pads and conducting sensitization campaigns for poor girls and women with the support of public donations. Help needy girls to give them free Sanitary Pads with awareness about using PADS and prevention from infections. Lack of menstrual hygiene management is a major reason for the majority of the girls skipping schools during their periods and eventually dropping out at an early age and missing out their education.

Menstruation & Menstrual

Menstruation & Menstrual

Menstruation and menstrual hygiene related discussions are still not common in the villages and across a large section of the urban society even now. Out of the 355 million reproductive age girls in India, only the 12 present use sanitary pads during their periods. The rest of them resort to old cloth pieces, husk, and ash. More shocking is the fact that these unhygienic and unsanitary practices lead to the lot of infections such as fungal infections, urinary tract infection, cervical cancer etc. which can cause infertility and even death as per survey.

support to help poor girls

support to help poor girls

The Help Foundation needs your support to help poor girls who cannot afford the sanitary napkins. Free sanitary napkins will be distributed to rural girls specially girls studying in government schools. As we all are aware that most poor or illiterate girls don’t know about PADS during her period days, So Under this campaign our volunteers will visit rural areas or slum, Govt. School and villages for creating awareness among girls and women about the significance of using the sanitary napkins.

Food for Poor People

Food for Poor People

Help Foundation requests and welcomes all Public, Corporate, individuals, Government and Educational Institutions to join and contribute for this good causes like sponsor a child, sponsor an elder, food for poor people and education material for girl child.Mid Morning Meal is to be provided to 300 students of BDP School Barauli, Block Baldev, District Mathura, UP India. The beneficiaries are all 300 school students and the meal is provided one day in a week, every Saturday.