Saday Sadev NGO Success Story: ‘Saday Sadev NGO’ is an organization that works to bridge the gap between societal challenges and opportunities. The NGO strive to get people talking about social issues, including menstruation and mental health and helps with awareness campaigns to increase mass awareness about these stigmatized issues. The Saday Sadev team is a valuable asset that provides a platform for members to build and strengthen interpersonal communication and management skills while gaining relevant experience in their respective fields. Working together in teams can help cultivate collaboration and problem-solving skills while encouraging building relationships.
In this story section of NGOFeed, we are trying to share the success story of the Saday Sadev organization with the people.
What does Saday Sadev do for a better society?
Saday Sadev’s nonprofit orgnization is doing hard work for a better society. The nonprofit organization mainly focuses on the mental and women’s menstruation cycle. The project names are “Dhairya” and “My Pad and My Pride”, respectively, and now it’s time to learn about their work.
Saday Sadev applauds Team Saday’s work on their flagship project, “Dhairya”, and the #its_okay_to_not_be_okay campaign. Mental health is an important part of their overall well-being, and the #Its_okay_to_not_be_okay initiative is a great way to promote mental health and create awareness around the importance of self-care and patience. They conducted 226+ affordable one-on-one mental health counselling sessions with experienced psychologists.
Saday provides support for those who are struggling by suggesting available resources like talking to friends and family, seeking professional help, or engaging in activities like exercising, journaling, and meditating. Saday has a wonderful team of qualified Mental Health professionals available to provide support groups and counselling services at a low cost with 100% confidentiality.
My Pad and My Pride
In our society, there are still many myths and misconceptions surrounding menstruation. These range from the belief that menstruating women are “unclean” or impure to the idea that menstrual cycles signify weakness or lack of control. Menstruation is a natural process that should be celebrated and respected rather than shamed or feared. Saday was excited to be part of this domain that seeks to advance menstrual education and societal awareness. They will strive to provide helpful, informative, and creative resources to help individuals better understand the menstrual cycle and its effects on individuals.
Saday spent 36,000+ seconds working and conducted more than 50 workshops this year on menstrual hygiene. Saday Sadev is thrilled to share information about menstrual health, myths/taboos, and hygiene through their workshops and the distribution of reusable cloth pad kits. This economical and eco-friendly alternative encourages the 3 R’s – Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle. They have professional guidance from Gynecologists’, Nutritionists, and Women’s Health Advocates to ensure their attendees can access accurate and helpful information.
Saday Sadev Journey and Achievement
It began in March 2020, when one migrant attempted suicide due to a food shortage. The NGO are an empathic community of aspirational youth who are evolving themselves to serve individuals while establishing a connecting chain across India. The NGO have two projects together to form a bright beam.
- My Pad, My Pride
- Mental Health
Saday Sadev addresses COVID-19 Assistance issues and supports those in need while reducing gaps between different social strata.
The organization received the Dr APJ Abdul Kalam National Dedication Award for NGO Services. It was Awarded the Social Change Leader of the Year in 2022 at the Asian African Business Summit.
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