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By: Press Trust of India Written by Liz Mathew | New Delhi | Updated: April 7 is still not being accorded the priority it deserves. This may kindly be included as one of approved activities under CSR” said Chairman IRF KK Kapila Annually at least 140 lakh people get killed in road accidents in the country which accounts for more than 10 per cent of the total road fatalities across the world For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Lucknow | Published: August 13 2015 12:56 pm Only 12 per cent of Indian women use sanitary napkins while others are at risk of health problems Top News Amid concern over high dropout rate of girls because of menstrual hygiene issues a women’s college here has shown the way by becoming the first institution in Uttar Pradesh to install a sanitary napkin vending machine on its premises Unavailability of sanitary pads absence of separate toilets for girls and lack of water in toilets reflect on the attendance of girls in schools and colleges and surveys have claimed that nearly 20 to 30 per cent of girls in North India dropped out of schools after they started menstruating While talking about menstrual hygiene remains a taboo in the country the “bold step” of installing an automated sanitary vending machine for its students has been taken by one of the prestigious and oldest women’s colleges – the Avadh Girl’s Degree College under Lucknow University Share This Article Related Article “We installed the machine around a week back and response from the students is very good” AGDC Manager Nishi Pandey told PTI Pandey said the students are being charged Rs 10 a piece “In fact we are also considering to install a disposal machine as well as the pads are not disposed of hygienically” she said Pandey who also teaches in Lucknow University said a similar unit was being planned for the Department of English and the girls’ common room in LU “We have receieved the proposal and are awaiting approval of the Vice-Chancellor” she said adding that at least one machine would be installed in the girls’ common room in LU In north India over 30 per cent of girls interviewed said they dropped out of school after they started menstruating says a study by AC Nielsen on “Sanitary Protection: Every Woman’s Health Right” Inadequate menstrual protection makes adolescent girls (age group 12-18 years) miss five days of school in a month (50 days a year) Around 23 per cent of these girls actually drop out of school after they started menstruating Only 12 per cent of Indian women use sanitary napkins while others are at risk of health problems The UP government had last year decided to distribute sanitary napkins free of cost to girls studying in government schools from class 6 to class 12 at a cost of Rs 1974 crore to the state exchequer Earlier this year Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav had directed all the district magistrates in the state to ensure steps for addressing menstrual hygiene issues and asked them to promote manufacture and distribution of low cost sanitary napkins in their respective districts In a letter addressed to Chief Secretary Alok Ranjan the Chief Minister instructed that since the matter was associated with health dignity and empowerment of women it should be taken seriously at all levels The direction came close on the heels of reports suggesting that an alarming 28 lakh adolescent girls in the state miss school every month while over 19 lakh eventually quit education because of menstruation “Poor menstrual hygiene gives rise to infection in women If DMs took interest in the issue they would be able to fight with the age-old mindset and myths regarding health of young women” the CM said in the letter Poor menstrual hygiene is one of the major reasons for the high incidence of reproductive tract infections and one of causes for high dropout rate of girls “In schools there is no privacy to change when required and the girls feel hesitant to seek permission to go home” said founder of Sulabh Sanitation Movement Bindeshwar Pathak Pathak said despite its far-reaching impact on education and health for girls menstruation is a taboo topic Just the word even when spoken in hushed tones is treated with shame and disgust “This has to change” he said To improve personal hygiene among adolescent girls Sulabh International has decided to set up a sanitary napkin unit in Odisha For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Sanjay Singh | Dehradun | Updated: August 28 2014 8:21 am Related News The Uttarakhand police have found a minor girl who claims that she got separated from her family in the June 2013 Uttarakhand flash floods The girl aged around 10 was found wandering alone in Chamba town in Tehri district Tuesday evening Police said that they have made arrangements for her stay at a child protection home in Chamba About 4600 people were officially listed as missing after the Uttarakhand tragedy While the girl gave details of her family members — father Chiranjee mother Bala Rani brother Ankit and sister Priyanka — to the police she could not recollect details about her native place “We have asked the Rudraprayag police under whose jurisdiction Kedar valley falls to trace the village based on the information provided by the girl” additional director general of police R S Meena said The girl told the police that she was rescued by the Army after the disaster She said that she was transported to Hardwar by a helicopter after being rescued Then she was taken to Meerut by someone whom she met at Hardwar railway station About three days later the man abandoned her and left her in a bus heading to Hardwar she told police The girl said she spent the next six-seven months at Hardwar railway station where local hotels would provide her meals She met a scrap dealer Ajay at the railway station about three-four months ago “He requested her to stay with him at his native place Koti near Chamba The girl stayed at his house till last week when Ajay scolded her and she left From there she reached Chamba where she was found abandoned by locals and taken to the Chamba police station” Meena said He added that there was no arrangement to air-drop rescued people to Hardwar and that the girl’s name could not be found on the list of rescued persons For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News They will be able to enter the city for the next fortnight only before 7 am and after 8 pm; not during the day,was present when the agreement was signed and had also made an endorsement in the agreement as witness.” On Sanjay Dewan,” she added. in the new Apple Park Campus. 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