The Hopemirror Foundation consistently takes action that benefits society. They resumed their “Project Naaz,” in which they hold social drives in tribal or rural schools, empower about monthly period, and provide teenagers sanitary napkins. They were also made aware about good touch and bad touch, and the team assisted them with any issues they may have had.
At R.Z.P School, Owe Camp, Kharghar, Navi Mumbai, the team Hopemirror conducted their drive. The goal of this effort was to distribute sanitary pads through education, awareness, and utilisation. The women’s initiative, named “Project Naaz,” was being led by team members Rubina Khaan and Mansi Verma.
The response received by the HopeMirror Foundation was fantastic. This drive served as an example of how even a small step in the right direction can result in a powerful change in thinking. message from Ramzan Shaikh “The support and donations we received from everyone made it feasible for us to launch a team dedicated to women’s empowerment. With your help, we can accomplish more in the direction of this goal.”
Additionally, In order to make “Project Naaz,” which aids teenagers in understanding any questions about monthly period, successful, we will annually target 20 to 30 rural schools.