MITINI SANITARY BIN SERVICE
Placement of Sanitary Bins
MITRA Samaj will place a dedicated sanitary bin in female restrooms/washrooms or toilets of its client’s restaurants, private or public companies, corporate houses. In case of multiple number of female restrooms/washrooms or toilets, separate sanitary bins will be paced. The dedicated sanitary bin will contain messages of utilizing the bin along with educational information.
Collection of Used Sanitary Pads
Trained female staffs from MITRA Samaj will be deployed for the collection of used sanitary pads on alternate days. They will collect the used sanitary pads from all restrooms and washrooms in the used garbage bags.
The collected used sanitary pads will be transported to MITRA Samaj’s office through a MITINI Van.
Disposing of Used Sanitary Pads
Trained female staffs will aggregate all the collected used sanitary pads for proper disposal. They will aggregate all the used sanitary pads to sterilize them. Autoclave— a pressure chamber is used to sterilize supplies.
At least one girl from a senior class is appointed as ‘MITINI DIDI’ in the selected school. The selected student (MITINI DIDI) will be given basic training on health and hygiene, specifically on Menstrual Hygiene Management.
Menstrual Hygiene Management Kit (which includes first aid and sanitary napkins) are handed to the MITINI DIDI in schools to ensure its proper distribution and monitoring of menstrual hygiene management in the relevant school.
Distribution of Sanitary Pads
Funds generated from MITINI initiative were used to distribute sanitary napkins as post earthquake relief in Rasuwa, Karve, Nuwakot, Dhading, Gorkha, Sindhupalchowk, Dolakha and Kathmandu.
On 30th June, 2015 Team MITINI in collaboration with Childreach Nepal distributed sanitary pads in two schools of Bhaktapur district i.e. Shree Ganesh School and Siddartha Vidyapeeth School. Team MITINI also trained the students of grade 6-12 on sanitation and hygiene.
On 6th August, Team MITINI distributed sanitary pads in Halchowk Madhyabhik Vidhyalaya where they trained around 155 students on sanitation and hygiene.