Menstruation is invariably a critical subject in Indian society. It has been deemed taboo especially in rural areas. Such a notion has begotten a lack of awareness about menstruation, in turn, eliminating sanitary pads as a basic amenity for women. To reduce period poverty and meanwhile, grow awareness in the society, Upasana Todi Prakash and Shripriya Khaitan Dhelia founded Fabpad during the pandemic.
Through this venture, Dhelia and Prakash want to do their bit to save the environment and secondly, take a step towards addressing period poverty in India.