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29 May, 2016 | The Times of India (Bhopal Edition) | News Mention
Project Udita: Girls in MP save money for menstruation hygiene
28 May, 2016 | Scroll | News Mention
In Mumbai, a young woman wants to start a conversation on menstrual waste management
28 May, 2016 | Daily Pioneer | News Mention
28 May, 2016 | Odishanews | News Mention
Global Menstrual Hygiene Day observed in Bhubaneswar
28 May, 2016 | Doordarshan | News Mention
Ek Nayi Subah: Conversation with Union Minister on ‘swachh bharat abhiyan’
27 May, 2016 | Daily News & Analysis | Opinion
World Menstrual Hygiene Day: Breaking taboos about periods
27 May, 2016 | Youth Ki Awaaz | Opinion
Period Matters: Why You Owe It To 120 Million Adolescent Girls To Talk About Menstruation
14 May, 2016 | The New Indian Express | News Mention
The aqua guards
13 May, 2016 | Youth Ki Awaaz | News Mention
The Absolutely Disgusting Comment A Gujarat Officer Made About Manual Scavengers
13 May, 2016 | Free Press Journal | News Mention
‘Loo with a View’ toilets inaugurated

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Together, making a lasting impact!

ISHITA RAMPAL India, a country home to over 1.3 billion people, is equivalent to 17.7% of the world’s total population. Along with the varied culture and diversity, emerges an overwhelming reality – the lack of basics such as clean water to drink, an accessible toilet, and good hygiene practices. As I travelled to some of the most remote rural communities and trailed the lanes of urban slum dwellings in fast-growing towns, this blatant truth was everywhere. But even though the growing population and the lack of resources has its own challenges, there are communities and small groups of men, women,...

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