Recognising the efforts being made towards educating people and taking a holistic approach towards the menstrual hygiene, the leading news channels, and the country’s biggest wired service ANI, today acknowledged the SheWings initiative towards the problems related to the menstrual hygiene.
The United Nations has also recognised menstrual hygiene as a global public health and a human rights issue yet across the globe. “Period poverty” as some call it, is a reality for millions of women and girls. And the sound seems to not slow down as leading news channel comes up and support the moment #YesIBleed. See it here.
Union Minister for Women and Child Development @Manekagandhibjp will launch a menstrual hygiene campaign here on February 20.#YesIbleed
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— JAMMU LINKS NEWS (@JAMMULINKS) February 16, 2018
— PTC NEWS (@ptcnewsindia) February 16, 2018
— Awesummly (@awesummly) February 16, 2018
— DNA (@dna) February 16, 2018
— Ashoka News (@Ashokanews1) February 16, 2018
SheWings will be organising an event on the same on 20th of Februrary in PHB auditorium