We protect them from severe health risks!
Gmm Group India is a nationalized nongovernmental organization registered as a society with NGO unique registration id mp/2010/0030639. The NGO registration is done by registrar of societies with registration no. 06/13/04/05396/06 on the date of 2006 June 16th Friday. Gmm Group India is has been working as a partner for last 5 years with Madhya Pradesh Jan Abhiyan Parishd and is involved in other social activities.
We help girls gain access to quality sustainable feminine hygiene, vital health knowledge and income-generation opportunities. We help women discover their potential and self-value so that they can equally participate and play role in transformation of society and they can have opportunities to thrive, grow and contribute to their community's betterment while ensuring quality sustainable feminine hygiene.
Save girl and save women our mission save girl and save women eminine Hygiene and Women Cancer in rural area is a big problem for Women Health. Lack of Knowledge, Awareness and poor Financial condition does not allow majority of the women to buy quality products, sanitary napkins, instead of it they use harmful alternates like old cloths etc. some of womens reuse them and some dry them in shade, increasing chances of infections. Various researches shows Reproductive Tract Infection was 70% more common among those with unhygienic sanitary practices..
Gmm Group India found in a survey in association with Gmm Group India that About 68% rural women cannot afford sanitary napkins available in market, according to a survey. The study, carried out by global information and measurement company AC Nielsen, and it is also reviewed and endorsed by us in a survey done in some villages in all mp throws light on the dismal state of feminine hygiene in district. According to gynecologists, use of alternative sanitary care measures such as unsterilized cloths, sand and ash make women, susceptible to infections and diseases. We also found in survey that awareness on basic health and feminine hygiene is very low, with 75% rural women lacking adequate knowledge on menstrual hygiene and care. On the issue of affordability of quality sanitary care, survey found that 81% rural women use unsterilized cloths since they are cheaper and 68% said they cannot afford to buy sanitary napkins. Adolescent girls in in these villages are also unable to attend upto 50 days of schooling in a year due to inadequate menstrual care. Gynecologist believe that sanitary napkins can act as preventive measure against reproductive tract infection.
programs can continue as more women and girls need menstrual hygiene solutions for themselves & their families.
in rural areas, there is a lack of information about female health and sanitation issues among the adolescent girls. Most adolescent girls seek information from their peers who do not know much better.
We have seen the impossible become possible all around the world through education, investment in sustainable solutions, and valuing the voices of the girls and women we serve.
People support what they create. Ensuring that communities have the ability to meet their own needs is the best way to create long-term sustainability.