Low Cost Sanitary Napkins Manufacturing
By Raza Education and Welfare Society, Bengaluru (Bangalore), Karnataka
An item essential for basic hygiene, the sanitary napkin is unattainable for most women from low-income groups in India owing to high cost and lack of awareness. India has a share of 27% deaths in total deaths from Cervical cancer in the world for which one of the main causes is unhygienic conditions during menstruation. 23 percent school going girls become school drop-out and numerous women take leave from their work (labor, job) during menstruation.