Celebrating World Menstrual Hygiene Day: Empowering Women and Breaking Taboos
National Commission for Women in association with SheWings Celebrates World Menstrual Hygiene. New Delhi, 26th May – The National Commission for Women (NCW), in association with SheWings, is proud to announce its upcoming event on 26th May, dedicated to celebrating World Menstrual Hygiene Day. This significant occasion aims to raise awareness about menstrual hygiene, break taboos, and empower women by improving their health and hygiene. Women become more productive when she is in good health.on the same day with different events SheWings personal care will also unveil its revolutionary product, India’s first Minor Friendly Sanitary Product, designed to cater to the specific needs of young girls.
The event will take place at the NCW Auditorium in Jasola, Delhi, and promises to be a platform for meaningful discussions, knowledge sharing, and fostering collaborations among stakeholders in the menstrual hygiene sector. With a firm belief that women cannot be truly empowered unless they are financially independent, the National Commission for Women has been working tirelessly to promote gender equality and advocate for economic empowerment.
World Menstrual Hygiene Day is an annual global initiative that aims to eradicate the stigma and discrimination surrounding menstruation. By highlighting the importance of menstrual hygiene management, this day serves as a catalyst for change and encourages society to recognize the rights and needs of women and girls during their menstruation cycle.
Introducing India’s Revolutionary Minor Friendly Sanitary Product
SheWings, a prominent organization committed to empowering women and providing them with access to quality menstrual hygiene products, is proud to launch their latest innovation, the Minor Friendly Sanitary Product. Recognizing the unique requirements of young girls as they navigate through their menstrual journey, this product is designed with utmost care and consideration. It ensures optimal comfort, absorbency, and discretion, allowing young girls to go about their daily activities with confidence and ease.
NCW’s Member secreteary Meenakshi Negi , SheWings Founder Madan Mohit Bhardwaj, Yashoda Hospitals MD Upasana Arora , SP Bikaner IPS Tejaswani Gautam , IRS Smita Singh and Many popular faces to address the changemakers joining across the country. Renowned experts, thought leaders, and influencers in the field of menstrual hygiene and women empowerment as , Dr. Surbhi Singh (Gynaecologist & social worker), Megha Chhabra (Head-Corporate Communications. Radico Khaitan), Dr. Sweta Gupta (Medical Director and Senior Consultant – (Crysta IVF.), Dr. Roli Banthia (Gynecology -Yatharth Hospital), Dr. Anjali Kumar (obstetrician and a gynecologic surgeon), Garima Bhandari (Yoga,Wellness & Image Coach Fitness) will grace the occasion with their presence. Distinguished speakers will share their knowledge, experiences, and insights to shed light on the challenges faced by women and girls regarding menstrual hygiene and discuss innovative solutions.
Embracing Menstruation with Dignity and Empowerment: Towards a Gender-Equal Society
The event will feature engaging panel discussions, interactive workshops, and informative presentations that cover a wide range of topics, including menstrual health education, sustainable menstrual hygiene practices, policy advocacy, and entrepreneurship opportunities in the menstrual hygiene sector. Participants will have the opportunity to network, exchange ideas, and learn from experts who have made significant contributions to the field. As an inclusive event, the celebration of World Menstrual Hygiene Day and the launch of the Minor Friendly Sanitary Product will be open to the public.
Attendees will include representatives from NGOs, government bodies, civil society organizations, educators, healthcare professionals, students, and individuals passionate about promoting menstrual hygiene and empowering women. While SheWings personal care’s much talked innovation to be public today as it’s minor friendly product will be available for consumers on D2C. Gynaecologist across the country has advocated and said this to be much need d product as each consumer has got different need. We cordially invite all interested parties to join us on 26th May at the NCW Auditorium in Jasola, Delhi, to celebrate World Menstrual Hygiene Day and witness the unveiling of the innovative Minor Friendly Sanitary Product. Together, let us break the silence, challenge taboos, and work towards creating a society where every woman and girl can embrace their menstruation with dignity, confidence, and empowerment.