Menstrual Education (Health & Hygiene) Workshop
SNHP conducts a workshop titled on Menstrual Education & Awareness for schools, colleges, fellow NGOs, corporates and anybody who is willing to create awareness and educate their surroundings on different aspects of Menstrual Health & Hygiene.
Our program is designed uniquely for girls of different age groups (from Menarche to Menopause).
Safe N’ Happy Periods has taken the initiative and responsibility to do these sessions for different age group of women in different sections of our society.
Talks & Workshops
What is Menstruation?
Its important for a women to know what is Menstruation, why it happens, and why its important. That too at the right time i.e. before her first Period.
Correct usage & disposal
Today the civic authorities and individuals are struggling with the humongous menstrual waste that is being generated. Through dialogue we persuade for adopting better disposal habits.
Dealing with menstrual pain
Irrespective of geographies and age, women grapple with period pain. We use tried and tested Yoga postures for easing menstrual pain.
We are creating a dialogue to look at the taboos and myths with a fresh perspective to accept few and discard some.
Menstrual Hygiene & Disorders
They are connected strongly. So its important to emphasize the need and ways to look at Hygiene. And also different ways to manage the disorders through Yoga, lifestyle changes, etc.
Individual Roles in Society
A single men or women can create a difference in the lives of girls and women around them. We have been able to inspire people to join this movement in different ways and bring a change in the society we live in.
Our team consist out of local and international volunteers, all willing to contribute to a more shame-free and pain free society on the matter of menstruation. Their efforts range from assisting in workshops, to creating more awareness on social media or in the local culture in general. Their efforts are appreciated as they all work hard and do this selflessly!
It is important to be at peace with yourself. It is important to feel confident in your own body. Most of all, it is really important not to be ashamed of something you are biologically programmed to have.
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