Workshop Facilitation (Menstrual Hygiene) work from home job/internship at Womenite
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Workshop Facilitation (Menstrual Hygiene)
Start Date
Starts immediatelyImmediately
2 Months
Apply By
2 Dec' 20
Part time allowed
Part time allowed
About Womenite
Womenite is a youth-led youth-driven social initiative where we are trying to create an equal society through education, love, and empowerment. Currently, we are conducting workshops in schools and colleges on three main issues- gender equality, menstrual health, and child sexual abuse. We have been working for the 'Beti Bachao Beti Padhao' campaign of the government. In North Delhi, we conducted 'Naari ki Chaupals' with the self-help groups of women in 17 of their villages. Recently, our team has worked in the south district (with the district magistrate office) to educate approx 44,000 students from 70 government schools on issues like CSA, gender, and menstrual hygiene.
Our achievements include a national youth award from the ministry of youth affairs and sports, the government of India, an invitation to the UN women's headquarters in New York to present our work, runners-up for the queen's young leader award 2017, and part of the child safety committee of West Delhi district.
About the work from home job/internship
Selected intern's day-to-day responsibilities include working on delivering workshops on the menstruation process, hygiene, health tips during menstruation, medical issues, and breaking myths and delivering the workshops in schools, community areas, etc.
Who can apply

Only those candidates can apply who:

1. are available for the work from home job/internship

2. can start the work from home job/internship between 18th Nov'20 and 23rd Dec'20

3. are available for duration of 2 months

4. have relevant skills and interests

* Women wanting to start/restart their career can also apply.

Certificate Letter of recommendation 5 days a week
Additional Information

Only 12% of the Indian population is using sanitary napkin currently and 70% of the mothers consider menstruation 'dirty', perpetuating a culture of shame and ignorance. By educating school children, we aim to prepare young teenagers for periods and to open up the conversation about this so-called taboo topic.

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