Past Events

MissionONEMillion

On 14th August, 1 of our volunteers gave a talk on menstrual hygiene awareness and proper usage and disposal of sanitary pads. Having an interactive sessions with around 100 girls from YWCA Mankhurd, Mumbai, the platform was established for opening up about the menstruation problems and first experiences which are considered to be the ‘hush hush’ topics in our society.
Adding on to the sessions, the TDP sanitary kits including 6 months supply of sanitary pads, a towel, a set of undergarments, a detergent soap, a toilet soap in a reusable cloth bag were given to all the girls.
With this project we look forward to cover 1 million girls.
Join us in this noble cause.
#LetTheGirlsFly

On 13th August, 4 of our volunteers gave a talk on menstrual hygiene awareness and proper usage and disposal of sanitary pads. Having 2 parallel and back to back interactive sessions with more than 150 girls from Swami Vivekananda School, Jogeshwari East, Mumbai the platform was established for opening up about the menstruation problems and first experiences which are considered to be the ‘hush hush’ topics in our society.
Adding on to the sessions, the TDP sanitary kits including 6 months supply of sanitary pads, a towel, a set of undergarments, a detergent soap, a toilet soap in a reusable cloth bag were given to all the girls.
With this project we look forward to cover 1 million girls.
Join us in this noble cause.
#LetTheGirlsFly

On 9th August, 4 of our volunteers gave a talk on menstrual hygiene awareness and proper usage and disposal of sanitary pads. Having 2 back to back interactive sessions with around 150 girls from Canossa Night School, Mahim, Mumbai, the platform was established for opening up about the menstruation problems and first experiences which are considered to be the ‘hush hush’ topics in our society.
Adding on to the sessions, the TDP sanitary kits including 6 months supply of sanitary pads, a towel, a set of undergarments, a detergent soap, a toilet soap in a reusable cloth bag were given to all the girls.
With this project we look forward to cover 1 million girls.
Join us in this noble cause.
#LetTheGirlsFly

On 9th August, 2 of our volunteers gave a talk on menstrual hygiene awareness and proper usage and disposal of sanitary pads. Having 2 back to back interactive sessions with more than 250 girls from Anjuman Islam, Versova, Mumbai, the platform was established for opening up about the menstruation problems and first experiences which are considered to be the ‘hush hush’ topics in our society.
Adding on to the sessions, the TDP sanitary kits including 6 months supply of sanitary pads, a towel, a set of undergarments, a detergent soap, a toilet soap in a reusable cloth bag were given to all the girls.
With this project we look forward to cover 1 million girls.
Join us in this noble cause.
#LetTheGirlsFly

On 7th August, 2 of our volunteers gave a talk on menstrual hygiene awareness and proper usage and disposal of sanitary pads. Having 2 back to back interactive sessions with more than 150 girls from Modern English High School, Shubhash Nagar, Andheri East, Mumbai
the platform was established for opening up about the menstruation problems and first experiences which are considered to be the ‘hush hush’ topics in our society.
Adding on to the sessions, the TDP sanitary kits including 6 months supply of sanitary pads, a towel, a set of undergarments, a detergent soap, a toilet soap in a reusable cloth bag were given to all the girls.
With this project we look forward to cover 1 million girls.
Join us in this noble cause.
#LetTheGirlsFly

On 6th August, 2 of our volunteers gave a talk on menstrual hygiene awareness and proper usage and disposal of sanitary pads. Having an interactive session with around 100 girls from YWCA Kalachowki, Parel, Mumbai, the platform for opening up about the menstruation problems and first experiences which are considered to be the ‘hush hush’ topics in our society.
Adding on to the sessions, the TDP sanitary kits including 6 months supply of sanitary pads, a towel, a set of undergarments, a detergent soap, a toilet soap in a reusable cloth bag were given to all the girls.
With this project we look forward to cover 1 million girls.
Join us in this noble cause.
#LetTheGirlsFly

On 3rd, our team from Jaipur had the second session of The Dignity Project for 200 girls.
3 of our medical volunteers gave a talk on menstrual hygiene awareness and proper usage and disposal of sanitary pads and by having an interactive session with the girls from Tagore Public School, Jaipur the platform was established for opening up about the menstruation problems and first experiences which are considered to be the ‘hush hush’ topics in our society.
Adding on to the sessions, the TDP sanitary kits including 6 months supply of sanitary pads, a towel, a set of undergarments, a detergent soap, a toilet soap in a reusable cloth bag were given to all the girls.
With this project we look forward to cover 1 million girls.
Join us in this noble cause.
#LetTheGirlsFly

On 2nd August, 2 of our volunteers gave a talk on menstrual hygiene awareness and proper usage and disposal of sanitary pads. Having an interactive session with more than 120 girls from Shri Samarth Vidyalaya, Jogeshwari East, Mumbai, the platform for opening up about the menstruation problems and first experiences which are considered to be the ‘hush hush’ topics in our society.
Adding on to the sessions, the TDP sanitary kits including 6 months supply of sanitary pads, a towel, a set of undergarments, a detergent soap, a toilet soap in a reusable cloth bag were given to all the girls.
With this project we look forward to cover 1 million girls.
Join us in this noble cause.
#LetTheGirlsFly

On 1st August, 1 of our volunteers gave a talk on menstrual hygiene awareness and proper usage and disposal of sanitary pads. Having an interactive session with around 50 girls from Tej Bahadur Singh, Versova, Mumbai, the platform for opening up about the menstruation problems and first experiences which are considered to be the ‘hush hush’ topics in our society.
Adding on to the sessions, the TDP sanitary kits including 6 months supply of sanitary pads, a towel, a set of undergarments, a detergent soap, a toilet soap in a reusable cloth bag were given to all the girls.
With this project we look forward to cover 1 million girls.
Join us in this noble cause.
#LetTheGirlsFly

On 31st July, 8 of our volunteers gave a talk on menstrual hygiene awareness and proper usage and disposal of sanitary pads. Having an interactive session with more than 300 girls from Anjuman Islam, Bandra, Mumbai, the platform for opening up about the menstruation problems and first experiences which are considered to be the ‘hush hush’ topics in our society.
Adding on to the sessions, the TDP sanitary kits including 6 months supply of sanitary pads, a towel, a set of undergarments, a detergent soap, a toilet soap in a reusable cloth bag made by the Dorai Foundation were given to all the girls.
With this project we look forward to cover 1 million girls.
Join us in this noble cause.
#LetTheGirlsFly

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On 25th July, 3 of our volunteers gave a talk on menstrual hygiene awareness and proper usage and disposal of sanitary pads. Having an interactive session with more than 150 girls from YWCA (Young Women Christian Association) Byculla, Mumbai Central, Mumbai, the platform for opening up about the menstruation problems and first experiences which are considered to be the ‘hush hush’ topics in our society.
Adding on to the sessions, the TDP sanitary kits including 6 months supply of sanitary pads, a towel, a set of undergarments, a detergent soap, a toilet soap in a reusable cloth bag made by the Dorai Foundation were given to all the girls.
With this project we look forward to cover 1 million girls.
Join us in this noble cause.
#LetTheGirlsFly

On 22nd July, 3 of our volunteers gave a talk on menstrual hygiene awareness and proper usage and disposal of sanitary pads. Having an interactive session with more than 100 girls from Pragati Vidyalaya, Gorai, Borivali West, Mumbai, the platform for opening up about the menstruation problems and first experiences which are considered to be the ‘hush hush’ topics in our society.
Adding on to the sessions, the TDP sanitary kits were given to all the girls.
With this project we look forward to cover 1 million girls.
Join us in this noble cause. @idf_india
#LetTheGirlsFly

“From treatment towards Prevention”
#PROJECTONEMILLION REACHES JAIPUR!
A major session organised by IDF and delivered by AMSA members towards @idf_india project one million
It was a grand success. They succeeded in gaining girls’ confidence and having them share their experiences with myths related to menstruation in our society.
Congratulations to the entire team. Way more to go guys

#MissionONEMillion @ Canossa Convent SchoolIDF Dignity Project menstrual awareness and sanitary kits distribution drive at Canossa Convent High School, Andheri East, Mumbai. Team Asian Medical Students’ Association – India is committed to the cause with IDF.

It was a privilege to impart our medical knowledge for the betterment of the society. 6 of our medical volunteers took back to back 3 interactive sessions each with in total of more than 700 girls in a single day!
An inspiration for the other medicos, it is a privilege to join hands with Indian Development Foundation for the noble cause.
Our Success formula = “HardWork+TeamWork+God’sGrace”

We are back to the place where the official launch of the project happened. The Dignity Project.
Freedom for Girls.

The place where now the sessions for hundreds of girls were taken by 5 of our medical volunteers.
The feel of giving back to the community from what you gained in your professional career is a grateful one.

The medical volunteers took sessions in Sarvodaya Balika Vidyalaya once again and it is a happy moment for us to share a few clicks from the session for female sanitary and menstruation hygiene awareness.
To talk about it is what counts, which was done perfectly by the volunteers with the interactive sessions on the importance of menstrual hygiene and busting myths.

2/3 projects already done for the month of June!
AMSA volunteers supported in conducting the sessions and distributed Sanitary kits including Sanitary pads supply for 6 months, a towel, undergarments, detergent soap, toilet soap in a cloth bag as brought by the IDF Team.

So many more projects are coming in Mumbai and all over India. Become a member today and join us in this noble cause today.

A great start of a huge movement with @idf_india
A start to eliminate the taboo about menstrual hygiene.

Making girls and women aware about sanitary hygiene, adolescent changes, to be neutral when talking about periods.

AMSA volunteers led by our Vice Overall Chairperson External @priyansh.nathani took a session as per the standard module for The Dignity Project by Indian Development Foundation in YMCA of Bombay, Mumbai Central.

Our volunteers also distributed Sanitary kits including Sanitary pads supply for 6 months, a towel, undergarments, detergent soap, toilet soap in a cloth bag as brought by the IDF Team.

A privilege to serve the society and imparting our knowledge and removing the taboo around the topic of menstruation.
We look forward to taking this project to a national level soon and reach the target of empowering 1 million girls.

We are proud to announce that AMSA India has joined hands with Indian Development Foundation for a national project ‘The Dignity Project’.

Today On World Menstrual Hygiene Day 2019 (28th May – Tuesday), IDF launched #MissionOneMillion to support one million girls and women across India for menstrual hygiene management in one year. Medical team, volunteers, musicians, artists and social ambassadors came together at KG Seksaria Sarvodaya School, SV Road, Malad West, Mumbai at 11:00AM.
The event also marked the launch of the official logo. Every girl would get One Dignity Kit
The Dignity Kit will contain – sanitary pad for the whole year, undergarments, toilet soap, detergent soap, towel and a cloth bag.
Schools or community centres in India who wish to be part of IDF Project Dignity and avail the facility of menstrual hygiene awareness and get dignity kit for girls/ women may write to info@idf.org.in or speak to Dr. Narayan Iyer 9819131388.

Indian Devolpment Foundation pledged support for OneMillion Girls on World Menstrual Hygiene Day 2019.

Our Vice Overall Chairperson External, AMSA India Priyansh Nathani represented our organization on a huge platform and thereby promised support from Asian Medical Students’ Association- India to have our huge family of 1200+ members support this national level project with its promotions everywhere to create a huge difference, one school at a time everywhere. AMSA India would be having a huge community outreach project upcoming and is privileged to support IDF for this cause.
Musical team from MCube Band (Meditation, Music and Masti) and Artists from Sanskrti Arts have pledged their support to sensitise the people on menstrual hygiene awareness and management across the nation and strengthen IDF’s Mission for towards OneMillion. MCube Band through their music and Sanskriti Arts through their paintings will raise resources to support OneMillion girls. For more details click link – http://www.idf.org.in/missiononemillion.html

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