Quantum Thoughts Ghana has presented sanitary pads and other items to blind female students of the New Horizon Instructional Centre in Ho in the Volta Region.
The donation kinds element of the social responsibility of the Quantum Thoughts Ghana as an NGO doing the job to greater the life of women and women as well children.
Presenting the goods, the direct member of the Quantum thoughts Ghana, Anne Ethel Komlaga explained this year made the decision to focus on specific educational facilities in four regions which includes the Volta Location.
Again, Madam Anne Ethel Komlaga mentioned authorities really should have a glance at the tax on the sanitary pads to make it a bit easier for the less privileged.
She observed that some gals and girls mostly hid by themselves throughout all those five times of the month owing to societal stigmatization, as a result, missing out on different functions geared toward empowerment and economic improvement.
“It would be a lot easier if govt considers a reduction of the tax on sanitary pads so that the significantly less privileged ones particularly those in the remote communities can be able to order them alternatively of utilizing unhygienic supplies or even hiding themselves in that particular time of the month ” Anne Ethel Komlaga reported.
Skip Komlaga pointed out that menstrual insecurity psychologically impacts girls and girls, a situation which is quite stressing and should be seemed at critically by all stakeholders.
She said there is the urgent need to have for the bodily challenged women and ladies to be nicely educated on menstrual hygiene and specified the vital support in the course of that specific time.
Woman college students of the New Horizon Educational Centre for the blind have appealed to govt to contemplate providing them precedence in phrases of academic needs just like their colleagues who are physically seem and have no disabilities.
A female college student, Mary Dey created the enchantment when Quantum Strategies Ghana made a presentation of sanitary pads and other goods to the blind learners in Ho.
She pointed out that owing to economic difficulties some of them locate it hard to go by way of schooling efficiently and so need scholarships to assistance them be capable to go by faculty.
“We want authorities to enable us the bodily challenged with educational products and even scholarships just like our colleagues who are physically seem so that we can also have a sound education” she mentioned .
A reverend minister of the EP Church, Rev Nyuieme Adiepena reported menstruation is natural and such should really be appeared at in a optimistic way and as a blessing to humanity.
She observed that, women of all ages and women need to see by themselves blessed by God in regards to menstruation for the reason that via that act ,they are able to give lifestyle to incorporate to the population of the environment.
“We women and ladies need to take into consideration ourselves extremely blessed to have such brilliant factor happening in our life every months due to the fact its only by that course of action that life are made to boost the inhabitants “Rev Nyuieme Adiepena reported .
Director of the university, Mr Eric Ofori noted that the most important intent of the facility is to bring visually impaired children with each other underneath one umbrella and instruct them the abilities of looking through and composing.
Mr Eric Ofori lamented that due to the lack of obtain to some devices essential for the visually impaired they are are not able to operate or discover nicely as opposed to other colleagues who don’t have any physical issues .
“We also use the computer systems and other gear but we turn into bodily challenged when we are not equipped to have accessibility to these types of machines desired to ease our challenge,” Mr. Ofori explained.
He appealed to governing administration to arrive to their support and present them with the needed services and products to proficiently increase on their lives.
Entire world Menstrual Hygiene Day is celebrated just about every yr to raise awareness on menstrual cleanliness and the problem of lots of ladies in distant communities who are not able to pay for sanitary pads. The topic for this year’s celebration is “making menstruation a regular simple fact of lifetime by 2030.”