Reproductive Health Care

The rural communities give least care to the reproductive and sexual health and hygiene. To inculcate the ‘Personal Health and Hygiene’ Menstrual Health and Hygiene and alleviate the prevailing myth and conception, NIRDA with the assistance and support of Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India through MNGO – GIRH&FWT had undertaken ‘Family Life Education Programme for the Adolescents in Palani – Dindigul District.

The project helped to identify the problem of RTI [Reproductive Tract Infection] – STI [Sexually Transmitted Infections] – HIV/AIDS in the service areas. As most of the people migrated to urban and act as carrier for infection transmission, NIRDA undertaken programme at Chennai – the capital city of Tamil Nadu.