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Flow Fest- Awareness event on menstruation hygiene held at Girls Higher School-Nowabad

JAMMU, NOVEMBER 18: An impactful event aimed at shattering taboos surrounding menstruation and empowering girls with knowledge today unfolded in  Government Girls Higher Secondary School, Nowabad Talab Tillo. The event drew enthusiastic participation from students, teachers, and the school’s management.

Flowmappr, spearheading innovation in women’s health technology, joined forces with Raunak Welfare to host the FlowFest.

Kicking off with an engaging Awareness Day session, the Flowmappr team, in collaboration with Raunak Welfare, initiated open discussions on menstruation, menstrual hygiene, and related health aspects. The girls actively engaged in an interactive session, sharing their thoughts and experiences. The team highlighted the transformative impact of artificial intelligence in period tracking, underscoring Flowmappr’s pivotal role in advancing women’s health.

Flowmappr’s use case and innovative features took center stage, illustrating its role in revolutionizing menstrual tracking and fostering a community where women can freely discuss health-related topics. The team’s commitment to women’s health was palpable as the event culminated in a Pad Distribution Drive, ensuring girls have access to essential hygiene products.

Earlier,  Asha Kiran, the School’s Principal, commended the initiative, recognizing the importance of destigmatizing menstruation and introducing technological solutions for women’s health. FlowFest surpassed its objectives by not only spreading awareness but also inspiring girls to take charge of their health. Many attendees downloaded the Flowmappr app, embracing the convenience and empowerment it provides.

The event was skillfully coordinated by Abhilasha Dadhwal and Anjana Khajuria.

Present on the occasion were Medansh Thusoo, the Founder and CEO of Flowmappr, along with a dedicated team including Akshat Dogra, Parthi Gupta, Vikas Kaul, Heeya Pandita, Jenita Bhat, Aades Vir, Mitakshra Khajuria, and Arnav Vaid.

Flowmappr expresses gratitude to the school authorities, and all participants for contributing to the success of FlowFest. This event marks a significant stride in fostering open conversations and leveraging technology for the advancement of women’s health.