Humanising lives, distributed sanitary pads and masks to 150 Asha Workers, 160 Anganwadi Sevikas in Ralegaon ( Maharashtra)

We all know Periods don’t stop for pandemics and there are equally essential things, which women may not talk about openly.

So in order to help them maintain their personal hygiene, Humanising lives, distributed sanitary pads and masks to 150 Asha Workers, 160 Anganwadi Sevikas in Ralegaon, a tribal-dominated area in Maharashtra. 

India is in its third lockdown phase, and even as the government is doing all they can to restart operations, the economy continues to be in a shock resulting in nationwide shortage of essential supplies. 

Given the current order of things, Asha workers and Anganwadi workers were distributed sanitary pads and masks while following the rules of social distancing.

Essential food items (rations ) was distributed by Humanising Lives in urban slums of Mumbai.

Following the pandemic and subsequent nationwide lockdown, Humanisinglives distributed a essential items and rations in slums of Mumbai.

Ration was distributed to those who were underprivileged and who have been the most affected by the ongoing health and financial crisis. People who were not able to make any money in the pandemic or those who weren’t able to go to sites where free food was being distributed by govt . These families lived with small kids or elderly.