Affordable Sanitary Napkin ‘Janaushadhi Suvidha’ Launched
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Affordable Sanitary Napkin ‘Janaushadhi Suvidha’ Launched

Affordable Sanitary Napkin ‘Janaushadhi Suvidha’ Launched

जनऔषधि केन्‍द्रों पर ढाई रुपये में मिलेगा सैनिटरी नैपकिनNew Delhi: Affordable sanitary napkins will now become available at over 3600 Janaushadhi Kendras functional across India, as promised by Union Minister, Chemical & Fertilizers Ananthkumar on March 8, on World Women’s day.

Read in Hindi: जनऔषधि केन्‍द्रों पर ढाई रुपये में मिलेगा सैनिटरी नैपकिन

Union Minister of State for Chemicals & Fertilizers Mansukh L. Mandaviya, launched the ‘JANAUSHADHI SUVIDHA’, the Oxo-biodegradable Sanitary Napkin, under the Pradhan Mantri Bhartiya Janaushadhi Pariyojana (PMBJP), here.

Mandaviya said that this is a special gift for all Women, as this unique product would ensure Affordability, Hygiene as well as Ease of use and disposal for them. Jan Aushadhi Suvidha comes with a special additive, which makes it biodegradable when it comes in contact with oxygen after being discarded.

Emphasizing upon the affordability aspect of SUVIDHA, Mandaviya said that the average price of sanitary napkins available in the market today is around Rs.8 per pad, whereas now with the launch of the SUVIDHA napkins at Rs.2.50 per pad, this will go a long way in making the basic hygiene requirement aid for Women affordable for the underprivileged sections.

Mandaviya noted that this is one of the most important requirements in ensuring the Health Security to that section of Women in India who still use unhygienic aids during the menstrual period due to non-affordability of some of the popular brands of sanitary napkins available in the market today. Such unhygienic aids cause fungal infections, Reproductive Tract Infection, Urinary Tract Infection, Cervical cancer and also make women vulnerable to infertility.

According to the National Family Health Survey 2015-16, about 58 percent of women aged between 15 to 24 years use locally prepared napkins, sanitary napkins, and tampons. Further, about 78 percent women in urban areas use hygienic methods of protection during menstrual period; only 48 percent women in rural areas have access to clean sanitary napkins.

Last modified onTuesday, 05 June 2018 19:50
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