Inform | Inspire | Initiate

Selling Sanitary napkins at Rs 2.50 at Janaushadhi Kendras “Modi Ki Dukaan”

Sanitary napkins at Rs 2.50., an effort towards product accessibility for women living in remote areas

1

 

Girls and women can buy sanitary napkins from Janaushadhi Kendras at only Rs 2.50 making sanitary products accessible to a sizable chunk of women in remote, village areas.
More than 11,000 crore sanitary napkins have been sold at Janaushadhi Kendras.
1,000 Janaushadhi Kendras run by women out of 7500 centers
Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that the government wants to reach a target of opening 10,000 Janaushadhi Kendras very soon and added that these centers are helping people from poor and middle-class families save around Rs 3,600 crores annually.

“Today when the 7500th center has been inaugurated in Shillong. It is clear from this how much public health centers are expanding in the Northeast. We had less than 100 Janaushadhi centers till 2014. We want to reach the target of opening 10,000 centers very soon. I want to request state governments to take a pledge for 75 Janaushadhi centers each in 75 districts in the 75th year of our independence. We should also set a target of double the beneficiaries of Janaushadhi centers,” he said.

 Sanitary napkins at Rs 2.50

Girls and women can buy sanitary napkins from Janaushadhi Kendras at only Rs 2.50 making sanitary products accessible to a sizable chunk of women in remote, village areas.
“Janaushadhi scheme is supporting poor and middle-class families. This scheme is becoming a medium of service and employment. At Janaushadhi Kendras, people are getting affordable medicines and youth are getting employment there. Rs 2.5 sanitary pads are being made available to girls at Janaushadhi Kendras. More than 11,000 crore sanitary napkins have been sold at Janaushadhi Kendras,” Modi said.
• 1,000 Janaushadhi Kendras run by women out of 7500 centers
More than 1,000 Janaushadhi Kendras are being run by women. This Janaushadhi scheme is empowering self-reliance among women.

Read More
Loading...

 

Sanitary Napkins
News Live Tv

Janaushadhi Kendras

“Janaushadhi centers are helping people from poor and middle-class families save around Rs 3,600 crores annually. With an aim to expand the Janaushadhi scheme, the incentive of these centers has been increased from Rs 2.5 lakhs to Rs 5 lakhs. Besides this, an additional incentive of Rs 2 lakhs is being given to Dalits, tribals, women, and people of the Northeast. This money helps them to make their store and purchase the required furniture,” Prime Minister said.

Additionally, more than 75 Ayush medicines across Janaushadhi centers in the country.

 

Also read :

Are Women Set To Take On The World?

Advertisement
Loading...
Read More
Loading...

Subscribe to our newsletter
Sign up here to get the latest news, updates and special offers delivered directly to your inbox.
You can unsubscribe at any time
1 Comment
  1. […] Selling Sanitary napkins at Rs 2.50 at Janaushadhi Kendras “Modi Ki Dukaan” […]

Leave A Reply

Your email address will not be published.