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Making the Switch…Jharna

Eco Femme ambassador, Jharna, shares her story on switching to sustainable menstrual products and becoming a menstrual health educator. I have always had a decent, mildly painful, only 5 day long [...]

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Be Part of the Solution!

Some of you may have attended the Auroville Trashion Show back in early February or seen photos or videos on social media. It was a great event that we at Eco Femme were delighted to participate [...]

10 reasons to switch to cloth pads

1. They’re lovely and soft against your skin so you hardly feel like you’re wearing a pad. 2. They’re flexible so they mould to the curve of your body and move with you. 3. There’s no sticky [...]

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Menstruation flood relief in Kerala

  The humanitarian crisis facing Kerala in the wake of the devastating flooding has prompted many concerned individuals and organisations to contact us regarding providing our reusable cloth [...]

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Eco Femme in Ladakh

From 5th – 20th July 2017, Kathy Walking, Nikethana Venkatesan and Mamta Kandari represented Eco Femme, Auroville on a visit to Zanskar Valley, Ladakh in collaboration with Roots [...]

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Spanish week

Our newest volunteer, Ximena, is from Argentina…so we decided to have a Spanish week! She shares her personal experiences below. Stay tuned over on our social media all week to learn more! [...]

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GST – what does it mean?

  You may have heard the acronym ‘GST’ being used extensively over the past month or so, especially if you live here in India. Goods and Services Tax (GST) is an indirect tax [...]

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PAD FOR PAD 2016-17 REPORT

Here is a report on our Pad for Pad progress from 2016-17.   Target for the year 2016-17: As Eco Femme continues to see sustained growth in commercial sales which finance the Pad for Pad [...]

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