From periods to tuition classes, these village girls have covered it all
Pinki Kumari in Mishroli village, Kushinagar never knew that she would be helping revolutionise the last mile connectivity to menstrual hygiene products. She and her gang of friends have been an active part of change for the lives of many girls in their village? How are they doing that? From enrolling young children, especially girls, in school to providing free tuitions to school dropouts to catch up with their curriculum, these girls have been heralding a new hope for education in rural India. That’s not all they are making sanitary napkins for the village’s girls to reduce the economic burden of menstrual hygiene and improve the safety of menstruating girls in their community.