The school has over 300 girl students and becomes the first school in the district to take such machines.
I feel that the installation of sanitary pad vending machines will pave the foundation for it,” said Urmila.School principal A B Vyahalkar said she sought the help of the Endress+Hauser Group for the installation of the desired machines under its Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) activities.
To address these issues in an effective way, we decided to install the sanitary pad vending machines,” he said.The ZP-run school at Ambelohal has a strength of over 800 students, of which nearly half are girls.
“The girl students were educated about using the new machines during the awareness programme.
Adjacent to each sanitary napkin vending machine are independent units of disposing machines for these pads, which have also been put in place to get properly rid of the used napkins,” said Vyahalkar.Jay Ghatnandrekar, a schoolteacher, said that a special awareness programme about the use of sanitary pad vending machines was organized for the benefit of the girl students.
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