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Menstrual Hygiene Helps Education

Menstrual hygiene is essential. It ensures that you can continue with your daily routine such as going to school or going to work. It can also prevent potential situations of embarrassment and in turn, make you feel confident about yourself and your body. In this sense, maintaining proper menstrual hygiene is important for your wellbeing and development. To manage menstruation hygienically and with dignity, it is essential that women and girls have access to water and sanitation. In India, girls struggle to go to school because of the lack of infrastructure, understanding related to their hygiene and access to modern sanitary products. 66 % of girl schools do not have functioning girl toilets. Girls might be missing as much as 10 to 20% of school days due to menstruation, many are ashamed to go to school. 40 % of girls drop out of school due to the lack of functioning girl toilets. Many schools do not support adolescent girls or female teachers in managing menstrual

Food Hygiene In School

Food Hygiene In School Education in India is provided by the public sector as well as the private sector, with control and funding coming from three levels: central, state, and local. Public/government schools: Most schools in India are funded and run by the government. However, the public education system faces serious challenges, including a lack of adequate infrastructure, insufficient funding, a shortage of staff and scarce facilities. What is food hygiene? Food hygiene are the conditions and measures necessary to ensure the safety of food from production to consumption. The 13 th of July 2013, in Patna, 22 children died to have eaten in their canteens. The food was served in receipt with chemical problems. More recently,the 25 th of February 2016, in Mumbai, 100 children went at the hospital after having mid-day meal in a government school. No one died but that it would have be a tragedy. The hygiene problem is always the same, people have to eat

Celebrating International Yoga Day

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New Supporter , Hollywood Actor Cliff Taylor !

Hi Everyone ! Meet Our New Supporter,  ‪#‎ Hollywood‬   ‪#‎ Actor‬  Cliff Taylor . He is giving one of his best song & music to our short documentary film "Water - AAb" and to many others to upcoming films and works ! We are very thankful to him for supporting our work and film . Cliff Taylor  

Let’s Go Wild For Life On This Year World Environment Day !

one horn rhinoceros This year’s theme for WED (World Environment Day) – Go Wild for Life – encourages you to celebrate all those species under threat and take action of your own to help safeguard them for future generations. This can be about animals or plants that are threatened within your local area as well as at the national or global level - many local extinctions will eventually add up to a global extinction! Whoever you are, and wherever you live, show zero-tolerance for the illegal trade in wildlife in word and deed, and make a difference. The world is filled with endangered species of animals, many of which can be found in India. While some of these species are critically endangered, some are near threatened and some are even extinct. There are some species that are left in such few numbers that your next generation may not be able to ever see them, if nothing is done for their conservation. Below are the list of animals which need special attention for their protec