The contribution of one rupee to be done every day on their own wish is proving to be a big help for the young girls of Bihar. Keeping in mind the needs of menstrual periods, young girls have set up a sanitary pad bank in Nawada district.
Every day here every girl collects 1 rupee, which is used to buy sanitary pads. The girls saw how many girls with them could not buy pads due to lack of money.
It is a trans-media edutainment initiative initiated by the Population Foundation of India, addressing issues of family planning, child marriage, child conception, domestic violence and adolescent reproductive and sexual health.
Anu Kumari, the youth leader of Amawa village, said: “To help someone who does not have money, we deposit one rupee every day. This means that each girl pays 30 rupees a month. We buy sanitary pads And distribute it to poor girls. “
PooDr. Srinath Prasad, the Civil Surgeon-Nawada, said, “The girls were unable to speak for themselves at first. They were unaware of the physical changes taking place in their bodies. They did not know about sanitary pads but today sanitary pads Started a bank. “
In fact, it is an easy and better initiative that will change many lives.