In commemoration of World Health Day in 2023, Team ROSHNI took an initiative to educate young girls about personal hygiene and raise awareness about the prevailing COVID situation and potential viruses that may pose a threat to their health. For the past decade, ROSHNI has been dedicatedly working towards enhancing the healthcare conditions of impoverished individuals. Throughout this period, they have organized numerous health camps and conducted various awareness sessions.
On this special day, Team ROSHNI realized the importance of targeting young girls as they constitute a vulnerable demographic who may not have access to accurate information regarding personal hygiene and the ongoing pandemic. With the objective of empowering and educating these girls, ROSHNI executed an educational event focused on personal hygiene practices and the significance of maintaining a clean and healthy environment.
During the event, ROSHNI members imparted knowledge on various aspects of personal hygiene, including proper handwashing techniques, dental care, and menstrual hygiene management. Accompanied by informative presentations and engaging activities, the girls were taught the importance of these practices in preventing the spread of diseases and maintaining their overall well-being.
Moreover, Team ROSHNI seized this opportunity to shed light on the current COVID situation and potential future health threats. They emphasized the importance of following preventive measures, such as wearing masks, practicing social distancing, and getting vaccinated. The girls were sensitized to the fact that their actions could play a crucial role in curbing the spread of diseases, protecting themselves, and safeguarding their communities.
With their unwavering commitment to improving healthcare access for the underprivileged, Team ROSHNI celebrated World Health Day 2023 by instilling valuable knowledge and awareness in young girls. By empowering them with the understanding of personal hygiene and the ongoing health crisis, ROSHNI aspires to create a brighter and healthier future for these girls and the communities they belong to.