GiveHer5 in 2018

2018 was a roller-coaster year for GiveHer5 and we are proud to have hosted and participated in a number of events around the country, spreading awareness about menstrual hygiene and entering into new, fruitful partnerships with like-minded organisations.   One of our highlights from this year, along with a new, more attractive website, was the […]

Can A Woman Be Sexist?

Sexism has long been a burden borne exclusively by men, but, by not attributing sexist or misogynistic behavior to women as well, we are in fact engaging in it. Women, consciously or unconsciously are almost just as likely to make a sexist remark, both towards a man, or more commonly, towards another woman. Simply because […]

Our Month in Review – July 2018

Curious about what our month looked like? Here is a sneak peek inside the GiveHer5 HQ this July. New Partnerships We recently partnered with the ISFLF – Indo-Swiss Future Leaders Forum. It is a bilateral dialogue platform that fosters networking, engagement, and learnings and builds upon ideas and cultures between India and Switzerland and we […]

Does Period Poverty Exist in Developed Countries?

 Period poverty seems like a phenomenon for “underdeveloped” or “developing countries” – a curse that the “powerful” countries of the world need not endure. Despite the fact that most developed countries have stable systems of menstrual education and an abundance of period products, accessibility still remains a huge problem in many parts of the “developed” […]

Our Month in Review – June 2018

If you’ve ever wanted an inside peek at what a month at GiveHer5 looks like, here’s a behind-the-scenes for you. This is all the interesting stuff our team got up to this month. New Partnerships  We’ve recently partnered with 18 Carat House, a bespoke jewellery brand. Stay tuned for some exciting new partnerships in the […]

The 2018 Menstrual Hygiene Day Round-Up

May 28th marked the fourth celebration of World Menstrual Hygiene Day initiated by the WASH United in 2014. World Menstrual Hygiene Day aims to raise awareness about menstrual hygiene management by bringing together various non-profits, government agencies, private sector companies, the media, and private individuals. Over 300 events celebrated menstruation across the globe under the […]

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