Pune: Health Camp for women held by Spread Happiness Foundation in Bhor

Pune: Health Camp for women held by Spread Happiness Foundation in Bhor

Pune: Health Camp for women held by Spread Happiness Foundation in Bhor

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Pune, 27 May 2024: In a continued effort to promote women’s health and hygiene in rural areas, the renowned nonprofit organization Spread Happiness Foundation, in association with Hitachi Lift India, conducted a significant health camp in a remote area near Bhor, approximately 65 kilometers from Pune. This initiative aligns with the foundation’s longstanding commitment to focus on the health needs of women in village and rural communities.

The event centered around the critical issue of menstruation hygiene, under the “Happy Flow” initiative. Ms. Priti Dhone and Ms. Karuna Behera led an enlightening awareness session, providing essential information on menstrual hygiene management to the attendees. The session was well-received and highlighted the importance of proper menstrual hygiene practices.

The camp was inaugurated by the Founder Chairman of Spread Happiness Foundation, Mr. Soumya Mahapatra. Mr. Anand Mahapatra extended a warm welcome to the Hitachi employees who participated in the event, emphasizing the collaborative effort between the foundation and Hitachi Lift India.

Mr. Padmanavh Panse delivered an inspiring message on behalf of Hitachi, underscoring their commitment to enhancing women’s health and hygiene, particularly in underserved regions. The camp saw an impressive turnout, with more than 150 attendees, including school and college girls, working women, and housewives.

In a significant gesture of support, sanitary pads and menstrual cups were distributed to all the women present. This initiative is part of a broader campaign by Spread Happiness Foundation, which has successfully distributed over 15,000 sanitary pads and menstrual cups in slums, schools, and to those in need.

The event was made possible through the dedicated efforts of local representatives and social workers, including Mr. Ganesh and Mr. Sonam Mohite, who ensured the smooth execution of the camp. Their contributions were vital in the educational success of the event.

The initiative underscores the commitment of Spread Happiness Foundation and Hitachi Lift India to improving women’s health and hygiene in remote areas. The interactive and informative nature of the camp was well-appreciated by the attendees.

In closing, Mr. Pradeep Behera, a member of Spread Happiness Foundation, conveyed heartfelt thanks to everyone present, marking the end of a successful and impactful event.