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CSR: Soothe Healthcare holds awareness programme on child abuse and menstrual hygiene

Personal hygiene company Soothe Healthcare hosted an awareness workshop on child abuse and menstrual health at their manufacturing facility. This workshop was organised in collaboration with Young Indians, a part of Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) and Childline under the Project Masoom.
As part of the continued effort of the company’s CSR to sensitize conversation around menstrual hygiene and child abuse, the objective of the workshop was to educate adults on these topics. The informative and interactive workshop was held with more than 50 women. The first session, conducted by the trainer from Young Indians focused on different forms of child abuse and the importance of establishing a circle of trust and safe space for children.
The second session expatiated on the significance of menstrual health, and good menstrual hygiene practices that one should adopt. Megha Sharma, Senior Executive – Govt Policy & Advocacy at Soothe Healthcare was the spokesperson for this session.
Said Sahil Dharia Founder & CEO, Soothe Healthcare said, “Children are the future of the country and to keep them safe and protected is our responsibility. We want to work towards creating a progressive environment for women and children and we are very proud to support Project Masoom. This workshop with Young Indians helped assure parents that there is always someone to help them in case the need arises.”
Shikha Chopda, Chapter Chair, Young Indians Noida said, “At Young Indians, we believe in creating a safe environment for children. We believe that every member of this community should be educated regarding child abuse and should undergo this sensitization. The CSR of Soothe Healthcare aligns with our beliefs, and we are thankful to them for supporting our program and encouraging their workforce to participate in the same.”

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