‘Low menstrual awareness leads to infection’
A good number of female students of the institution took part in the event spontaneously and became members of the Women’s Club.
Gynecologist Dr Rinku Das of Ibrahim Iqbal Memorial Hospital put up different aspects of menstrual health and cleanliness at the seminar moderated by Bashundhara Paper Mills Limited Manager (Brand) Hygiene Products Silvia Jahangir.
The Paper Mills Assistant General Manager Sajjadul Islam was present at the seminar among others. Dr Rinku Das in her speech underscored the need for becoming more conscious about health during the menstrual period.
“Lack of awareness during the period may result in infection and other serious diseases,” she observed.
Monalisa Women’s Club is a common platform where women can find path of sharing their thoughts with each other, she said.
Mentionable, the Women’s club is holding seminars in different schools and colleges throughout the country in a bid to raise awareness among women regarding menstrual health and hygiene on behalf of the country’s leading business conglomerate Bashundhara Group.
It is informed at the seminar that ‘Monalisa Sanitary Napkin’ is very familiar brand in the market for managing women health and hygiene since 2004.
All members of the club are women and it helps them to communicate comfortably and participate in any work actively.
The students shared their different problems with the physician at the seminar.
Later, free registration of Monalisa Women’s Club was held and new packet of ‘Monalisa Sanitary Napkin’ was distributed among the participants.
The Women’s Club also organised three seminars on the same issue at Customs Academy Laboratory High School, CDA Girls’ High School and College and Pahartali Girls’ School in the city last week.