Hibii Eden MLA , Ernakulam Constituency
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revathy

The availability and disposal of sanitary napkins for women during their menstruation have always been an issue and many have not dared to address this issue since most of us believe that these are to be kept in private. This was a serious problem faced by our sisters in the colleges and schools.

As a solution to this issue, sanitary napkin vending machines and incinerators worth Rs. 98,000 were installed in 25 educational institutions in the constituency. This project is a step ahead in changing the stereotype thinking of people about women and has created more awareness of hygiene and health among the school girls.

People talk about India’s past. But it is time to examine the country’s present situation. Are women more secure, safe and healthy nowrevathy1? Are they given the required treatment and care they deserve? Women should learn to be responsible for their hygiene and health. Projects like ‘Breaking Barriers’ are the stepping stones for the well-being of young girls,”

Smt. Revathy


Sreelekha

“Restrictions are imposed on a girl child from a very young age. Girls should break these barriers and be self-confident.”

Smt. Sreelekha IPS

 

 

Schools & Colleges where the project was implemented.

Maharaja’s College

Government Law College

SH College

St Albert’s College

St Albert’s TTI

Ernakulam Government Girls Higher Secondary
School

St Joseph’s BEd college

Thevara SH HSS

Perumanoor St Thomas Girls HS

Elamakkara Government HSS

South Chittoor SBOA School

St Teresa’s HSS, Ernakulam St Mary’s HSS

Kacheripady St Antony’s HSS

Pullepady Darul Uloom HSS

Kaloor Greets Public School

Elamakkara Bhavan’s Vidya Mandir

Ayyappankavu
SN HSS

Pachalam
LMCC HSS

Vaduthala
Chinmaya Vidyalaya

Vaduthala
Don Bosco School

Kaloor
ACS HSS

Kaloor
Seventh Day HSS

North
Edappally Government HSS