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DERMAFLUENCE 12/03/18 As the saying goes “health is wealth”

DERMAFLUENCE 12/03/18

As the saying goes “health is wealth”, a healthy body and mind is the greatest asset one can posses. And one of the apparent signs of a healthy self is a healthy skin. Who doesn’t desire a clear, healthy skin and complexion. It gifts a person confidence when one enjoys a healthy, radiant skin.

“Dermafluence” was a professional service project held by RCWCC to help the participants in getting over skin issues like pimples, acne etc. These are often symptoms of other problems within the body. So the workshop helped the participants to have a healthy skin in the process of having a healthy body. Dr. Renita Rajan, a renowned and acclaimed dermatologist famous in skin specialist circles of the city addressed the gathering. It was a very useful and practical session to address issues of skin problems. She gave numerous tips to improve the skin condition. She also shared valuable information to take proper care of the hair. Numerous remedies and tips were shared to get rid of painful skin problem. The audience enjoyed the session as it was an issue faced by everyone on a day to day basis. The session ended on a positive note that nothing should deter one from achieving things not even skin problems.

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As the saying goes “health is wealth”, a healthy body and mind is the greatest asset one can posses. And one of the apparent signs of a healthy self is a healthy skin. It gifts a person confidence when one enjoys a healthy, radiant skin. “Dermafluence” was a professional service project held by RCWCC to help the participants in getting over skin issues like pimples, acne etc. These are often symptoms of other problems within the body. So the workshop helped the participants to have a healthy skin in the process of having a healthy body. Dr. Renita Rajan, a renowned and acclaimed dermatologist addressed the gathering.

MATHAVIDAI

Menstruation is a natural process that a woman undergoes once she attains puberty. But even in today’s modern society it is still treated as a taboo. Children in rural areas are often discouraged from going to schools once they attain puberty. One of the main reasons for this is the lack of hygienic and safe methods during periods. People living on the spaces of poverty consider pads a luxury that they cannot enjoy. Pads are priced high in their standards and they cannot afford to spend so much on something they consider is unnecessary. Most of them are not aware of the need for sanitary habits. They do not have access to sanitary napkins and mostly use unclean rags and other unhygienic materials during periods. This often puts their health at risk and is a deterrent in achieving their dreams.
MATHAVIDAI was a community service project of RCWCC aimed at providing sanitary napkins to beautiful young women who do not have access to pads.
Pads were collected in large numbers from kindhearted volunteers, mostly students from WCC. They were distributed to the women in Madras Christian Council and Government observation home for boys and girls. They were extremely grateful for this kind gesture. This was only a small step in making pads and hygienic practices accessible to everyone.

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Menstruation is a natural process that a woman undergoes once she attains puberty. Children in rural areas are often discouraged from going to schools once they attain puberty. They do not have access to sanitary napkins and mostly use unclean rags and other unhygienic materials during periods. This often puts their health at risk and is a deterrent in achieving their dreams. MATHAVIDAI was a community service project of RCWCC aimed at providing sanitary pads to those who do not have access to pads. Pads were collected from kindhearted volunteers mostly students from WCC. They were distributed to the women in Madras Christian Council and Government observation home for boys and girls.