Meet this Delhi based NGO NARII Foundation driven for making a social shift with its project Taboo of Blood catering to Menstrual Hygiene and Awareness drive.

Taboo of Blood is a menstruation and hygiene initiative carried out by NARII Foundation, gives wings of freedom from dirty cloth and spoiled clothes to the 600+ women of Apna Ghar Ashram, New Delhi on 19th May 2018. The event was carried out by the NARII team to ensure these women do not fall prey to diseases in relation to menstruation. The women at the Ashram were mentally challenged and it was a difficult task to speak to them. The event was sponsored by HUDCO which supports the Project Taboo of Blood by NARII Foundation. Although the mentally challenged women did not understand things as they probably should, the staff at the Ashram were of great help to the team.

This was not the first event by the team at NARII. The NARII team has conducted a workshop with a strength of more than 750 students at Kasturba Balika Vidyalaya at Ishwar Nagar, New Delhi on 21st April 2018 – through which they covered the entire concept of menstruation and made the girls understand the natural cause. The team commenced the programme there with doctors who answered the questions of the girls and gave them appointments to meet them personally.

Meet this Delhi based NGO NARII Foundation driven for making a social shift with its project Taboo of Blood catering to Menstrual Hygiene and Awareness drive.

Image Credit/ Source: NARII  Foundation 

At the latest event through the initiative, Project Manager Tanvi Jalan along with her PRM Sabiha Shams met every woman individually, trying their best to give a smile to their faces. Just like the previous event, where the girls hugged Tanvi Jalan and Sabiha Shams speaking about their problems; the women of the Ashram were delighted to see people visiting them and making efforts. NARII Secretary Saamson Javier acknowledged the women who are named as “Prabhuji” by the Ashram staff. Mr. Javier spoke to them and made them understand that the women should always tell the staff when they menstruate so that the can be provided with the needful sanitary napkins. The team came donated the sanitary napkins to the Ashram for use as required by the women staying there.

Tanvi Jalan opened a packet of sanitary napkins and gave a demonstration of how to use it, of course with the help of the staff at the center. Commencing with the event, Tanvi Jalan and Sabiha Shams hugged the ladies there, promising them to visit them from time to time and look after their requirements.

Meet this Delhi based NGO NARII Foundation driven for making a social shift with its project Taboo of Blood catering to Menstrual Hygiene and Awareness drive.

Image Credit/ Source: NARII  Foundation 

Concluding the event Tanvi Jalan quoted “It was one of the most difficult events we have come across, before visiting the Ashram, we were unaware of the challenges we would acknowledge trying to speak to the women there, but we are thankful to the staff for helping us out and making the women understand what we speak in a better manner. The NARII team promise to be a part of the Ashram and help them in every aspect we can, whether donating the material they require or just visiting and spending time with the orphan women there. It is a sad view to see senior orphans at such ashrams. It is a shame that children have the strength to abandon their parents on the road due to their mental or physical inability. It is due to such ashrams that humanity is somewhere still intact. We are disturbed by seeing the situation of seniors in our society but we are also touched by the warmth of the Ashram staff which bestows the faith back into humanity.”

Meet this Delhi based NGO NARII Foundation driven for making a social shift with its project Taboo of Blood catering to Menstrual Hygiene and Awareness drive.

Image Credit/ Source: NARII  Foundation 

NARII team is obliged to HUDCO for sponsoring their project Taboo of Blood and giving them the chance of doing something for the not-so-privileged people of the society. NARII looks forward to the youth of the society to volunteer with them and make a difference to the society.  It’s time to eradicate problems women of our society face and give them wings to fly. NARII President Mr. Manish Sinha is working with an extreme dedication to helping the society and creating a noticeable shift in the notion of social welfare. He works extensively towards the betterment and upliftment of the not-so-privileged and ensures he does whatever is in his hands with the blessings of the almighty and the support of the NARII team and volunteers. Manish Sinha has pledged to take the sanitary napkin initiative to a huge level and eradicate the use of dirty cloth and traditional ways of combating Menstruation.

Meet this Delhi based NGO NARII Foundation driven for making a social shift with its project Taboo of Blood catering to Menstrual Hygiene and Awareness drive.

Image Credit/ Source: NARII  Foundation 

 

Contact Details  

NARII Foundation

320, 3rd Floor

US Complex

Mathura Road

Opp Apollo Hospital

New Delhi-110076

Contact Person: Mr. Saamson Javier (NGO Secretary)

Phn: +91-8745016611

Web: http://www.nariifoundation.com

Email: nariifoundation@gmail.com

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