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United Nations Academic Impact and MCN are proud to partner on the Millennium Fellowship. Over 31,000 young leaders on 2,400+ campuses across 140+ nations applied to join the Class of 2022.  200+ campuses worldwide (just 8%) were selected to host the 3,000+ Millennium Fellows.



O.P. Jindal Global University | Sonipat, India | Advancing SDG 3 & UNAI 1


" "Being passionate about transforming the world a better place to live in, has encouraged me for working towards Women Health Care specially in rural sector. I am convinced that menstrual hygiene, an essential act, is not duly practiced in many parts of the world. I believe that through this platform of Millennium Fellowship, I will be able to bring a change in the society and educate as many people as I could for practicing right menstrual hygiene” "

Millennium Fellowship Project: Sankalp

Sankalp is a project which manufactures low-cost sanitary pads for women in need. The project mainly revolves around improving the standards of women’s hygiene and inculcate gender-sensitization. Sankalp will be providing low-cost and eco-friendly sanitary napkins to under privileged women. First, a survey will be conducted on the number of female members in 2-3 villages and a data will be prepared which would help give us the exact number of women in need and accordingly the project will be set up. Sankalp is a project that can be set up with minimal space requirement. There will be machines ( size of that of a study table) installed which can be operated by anyone without any professional training. Volunteers will be provided with the materials ( banana fibre and gel cotton ) for manufacturing the same. The process will begin with tearing the raw-cotton sheets and mixing with binding cotton in a mixer jar. Next, The material will be weighed and 12 grams of material will be portioned into moulds which are compressed under an air-powered stamp. After inserting a water-proof strip, this initial napkin will be sealed into absorbent tissue-cloth. An adhesive is applied and covered with a strip of oil-paper which can be stripped off to set the napkin in place. At the end of the assembly line, the napkin is sterilised in a UV chamber. Sets of eight napkins are packed together with cling-film and will be ready for distribution. The machines will then be set up in respective villages and will be operated by women in charge and is interested. They will be taugh on how to operate and to sell at a low-cost. this further will help reach anyother goal, that to introduce job opportunities in small scale and take women empowerment to an over reaching height,

About the Millennium Fellow

Mahi Agrawal is a competitive 2nd year Law student, studing at O.P Jindal Global University, India. Mahi is keen to learn about how even a small step towards sustenance brings out a big impact towards society at large. In addition to studying law, she is really passionate reading about Human psychology. Her contribution at School in various leadership and health care programmes has motivated her in every way to transform the world a better place to live in. Women's rights and their Menstrual hygiene has specifically moved her to work for their rights and needs. Throughtout her high school years, she has organized projects and workshops advancing SDG-3 i.e., Good Health and well-being and successfully has been able to educated a large part of women sector in rural area. She is honoured to be a part of Millennium Fellowship and is excited to Coact with the society.

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