Bidhya Shrestha (centre), founder of Aama Ko Koseli, with programme manager Saiksha Gurung (left) and general secretary Sharon Rai. The Hong Kong-based non-profit aims to empower marginalised women. Photo: Nora Tam

Raising menstrual awareness and tackling its taboo: the non-profit on a mission to empower marginalised women

  • Aama Ko Koseli, a new Hong Kong-based group, kicks off its menstrual movement next week with the documentary Project Untouchable Goddesses
  • Focusing on a village in rural Nepal, it tackles the tradition of chhaupadi that sees women banished to huts when on their period
Topic |   Health and wellness

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Bidhya Shrestha (centre), founder of Aama Ko Koseli, with programme manager Saiksha Gurung (left) and general secretary Sharon Rai. The Hong Kong-based non-profit aims to empower marginalised women. Photo: Nora Tam
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