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Hygiene Awareness Program on “Menstruation

Hygiene Awareness Program on “Menstruation” WeNARII FOUNDATIONhave conducted an Event and Hygiene Awareness Program “Menstrual Hygiene” at  Arya Kanya Girls High School, Siwan, Bihar on 25th october 2018.

Menstrual Hygiene “Taboo of Blood”

“NARII Foundation” took a initiate to Distribute Sanitary napkins Fee of Cost and spread awareness about health and hygiene among women and impart knowledge of sanitary napkins re-usability and health hazards associated with the use of traditional methods to combat the menstruating days among the women of society.

Taboo of Blood caters to workshops hosted by doctors guiding and helping the underprivileged girls to understand the hygiene benefits, setting them free from the society’s menstruation associated myths. The workshops by NARII Foundation increase awareness by answering questions that women are generally ashamed of asking due to the societies shameful mentality associated with women and adolescent girls.

Dinner for the Blind Students of “Institution for the Blind”

NARII(New Age Revolution in India) FOUNDATION, started an initiative to help the Un-privileged and needy students. In this scenario Narii Foundation always help and organize dinner for the Visibly impaired at Institution for the Blind at  Amar Colony, Lajpat Nagar-IV, New Delhi, Delhi 110024.

Seminar on “Smart City”

We (NARII FOUNDATION) have successfully organized a Seminar on Smart City dated 20th July 2017 at Asia Pacific Institute of Management Auditorium.

The seminar is attended by Respected  Dr. Shri Sambit Patra Ji (National Spokes person, BJP), Pro. O.P. Mathur (Senior Fellow and Head Urban Studies, Secretary, Delhi Social Well fare Institute of Social Sciences) Pawan Chopra Ji, Secretary Delhi Social Welfare and other Respected Signatory.

Femini Art Gallery (FAG)

NARII Foundation and Team FAG had clubbed hand together and organized India First Ever Art Gallery for Women Only to bring out the hidden talent in our society.  This gallery has a variety of art mediums on canvas, paper, wood etc., and each one of them has their own individual interests and affirmative styles of work.