Distribution of sanitary items among adolescent girls of Char area of Brahmaputra river

A Three-day initiative to distribute sanitary products to girls and young women was launched last Thursday (July 28), coordinated by Mati Bangladesh and supported by Square. Alongside of organizing a workshop, They provided the girls with clean sanitary pads and hand sanitizers in this program.

This three-day event’s opening day was held at the neighboring Ghagra Union and the city of Mymensingh’s Mati Office. This distribution initiative was established for the underprivileged females in the Mymensingh city neighborhood, the Char neighborhood nearby, and the Sutia River bank.

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The Mati team participated in this distribution program’s second day’s work in Sherpur’s Nakla Upazila. In this section, they gave out sanitary pads and hand sanitizer to the underprivileged females of Chandrakona Union in Nakla and the Brahmaputra Char neighborhood in Sherpur.

On the third day, the health product distribution program was conducted among the girls and young women of Char Jailkhana and Char Binpara in the Brahmaputra river area of Mymensingh.

More than three hundred teenage girls have taken part in planned seminars under this program to better understand menstruation. Following the event, Square Group and Square Toiletries Limited gave sanitary pads and hand sanitizer to Mati NGO.

Menstrual hygiene practices refer to maintaining a particular standard of hygiene by women and adolescent girls throughout the menstrual cycle, including the use of sanitary products to absorb or collect menstrual blood and disposal facilities, in order to manage the menstrual period.

According to a study done on adolescent girls in a rural part of Bangladesh, 69 percent of them utilized an unclean cloth or perhaps no protection at all when they were menstruating. According to a Square Toiletries Limited (STL) internal study, unclean menstruation behaviors cause vaginitis in about 97 percent of Bangladeshi women. According to a Square Toiletries Limited (STL) internal study, unclean menstruation behaviors cause vaginitis in about 97 percent of Bangladeshi women.

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