Giving girls the knowledge and facilities necessary for good menstrual hygiene is the key to their dignity, privacy, health, and educational achievements. Through this project adolescent girls will be educated and empowered about improved menstrual hygiene management which will help to achieve UN SDG # 3 &5: Promote Good Health & Well being & Promote Gender Equality. Menstrual Hygiene Management (MHM) includes the three interlinked components of managing menstruation hygienically:
By strengthening the public education system with a focus on improving classroom infrastructure, providing better educational opportunities for students, and by promoting health and wellness initiatives, all of which contribute to improving the quality of education that is being delivered to these students. We believe that technology plays a vital role in empowering young people through an improved quality of education. Our objective with this program is to create classrooms
Encouraging school children and young people to participate regularly in sport, play, other creative activities that they enjoy to help them develop new abilities and skills, self-esteem, confidence and a sense of purpose and identity. Every child is different and every child has different likes. The more options we provide for them, the more chances they have to understand who they are and what they’d like to do in the
To reinforce with students that water is a resource which needs to be used wisely — and this wise use begins with each individual. The Earth might seem like it has abundant water, but in fact less than 1 percent is available for human use. The rest is either salt water found in oceans, fresh water frozen in the polar ice caps, or too inaccessible for practical usage. We are
Foster and support a local culture of hand washing and raise awareness about the benefits of hand washing with soap which will help to achieve which will help to achieve UN SDG # 3 Promote Good Health & Wellbeing at grass root level. Our Impact: Till date, KHASS has empowered 7097 school children from 38 schools to save lives and contribute to healthy, prosperous communities through choosing handwashing with soap.