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Urban Company Partners With Project Baala

To provide eco-friendly sanitary kits to female partners.

Project Baala Partners With Young Mountaineer Nitish Kumar

Nitish learned about the difficulties Indian women face during mensuration and took the initiative of distributing more than 5642 sustainable Baala sanitary pads to impart awareness around hygiene and menstrual health. Project Baala is aiming to create difference in the society, therefore makes it imperative for men to convey the message and normalise the stigma around mensuration.

Nykaa PRO Boosts Entrepreneurial Dreams of Young Women Through a Special Make-Up Training Program

Nykaa PRO partnered with Mumbai based youth-led organisations, Project Baala and Junoon to identify and reach out to these exceptionally bright and young women for the course. 

393 Indian Start-Ups Participated in GEN’s Entrepreneurship World Cup 2023

The latest edition of Entrepreneurship World Cup (EWC) 2023 saw participation of 393 Indian start-ups, out of which two start-ups (Project Baala and HealthTrip) reached the semi-finals.

Baala in Nagaland: Awareness Programmes on Menstrual Health and Hygiene

With an objective to create awareness on the importance menstrual health and hygiene for the well-being and empowerment of women and adolescent girls, awareness programmes on “Menstrual Hygiene” and free distribution of reusable sanitary pads were held in Kohima and Peren districts, Nagaland.

Don’t Ruin Their Flow: Fighting Period Shame In India.

Impure. Unclean. Do not enter temples and kitchens. Do not wash your hair. These are some of the taboos internalised by girls all over India when it comes to periods, hindering their knowledge of their bodies and creating a sense of shame around menstruation.



Project Baala Reaches To Rural Areas To Provide Reusable Pads For Free.

May 28, 2019


How Project Baala Is Empowering Rural Women.

May 26, 2017


Gareeb Bachiya Period ke dino nahi mein school nahi ja pati thi. Inn Ladkiyon ne badli unki zindagi.

March 30, 2018

I SPY A TABOO: Spreading Awareness on Menstrual Health in Indian Villages

The two young women could have been sitting in plush corporate offices. Instead, Soumya Dabriwal, a graduate from Warwick University, and Aradhana Rai Gupta, a Cornell alumna, are frequently travelling across remote villages.

I spy a taboo

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