Annual Menstrual Hygiene Day event is organized by the health worker in all over Amrita SeRVe villages.
For six days children will gather to have playful educational moments through art and crafts, yoga and storytelling.
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Anil says: "Initially we started saving to spend on toys and clothes for festivals but now we are also saving for our future"
Deeksha Devi is very excited “We are embarking on this new venture with great confidence. Nobody here grows mushrooms for sale. An assured market is waiting for us”
Paromita was at home helping her mother with the household chores at an hour that she would have been in school had it been the year before.
He felt the women were not following hygienic practices and that they needed some professional advice.
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