AN APPROACH TO BRING THE CHANGE
Menstruation is an every month occurring-phenomena and therefore it is considered a great asset for all
girls and women.
Sanitary napkin which is used during menstruation helps in absorbing blood and doesn’t impact skin with irritation, allergies and cramps. It is should be disposed on a regular interval of 4-5 hours.
AMARI FOUNDATION USES INDIA MADE BIODEGRADABLE NAPKINS WHICH ARE AT PAR WITH INTERNATIONAL STANDARDS AND TESTED AND USED BY OUR OWN MEMBERS
The pioneer principle of an undergarment is to protect the private parts of a human body but the
undergarment is also very essential for adding on hygiene importance.
A sanitary napkin wont be of any use if a woman is unable to buy an undergarment due to its high-effective cost.
Dealing with poverty and having minimal money in their pockets they only restrict themselves in buying a pair of two undergarments; one worn and other washed.
During menstruation, even if the undergarment becomes dirty they still keep on wearing it because of the less availability.
Therefore, Amari embellishes to provide a set of five, free of cost undergarments by
setting them free from the hassle of relying only on limited low-quality undergarments.
An issue which is widely not touched by people because it is characterized by cultural taboos and superstitions, menstrual hygiene is often not considered to be the utmost area of concern.
200 million girls in India lack awareness of menstrual hygiene and associated health care practices.
Therefore, Amari provides a descriptive study material which is a friendly guide book for every girl. It would furnish her with the knowledge on menstruation.