This Indian Activist Is Bringing A Revolutionary Change In The Lives Of Rural Women 

80 percent of rural women don't have basic pads for their period. 

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Maya Vishwakarma, till the age of 26 used cloth for her menstrual cycle. It led to many infections that are still suffered by her sometimes. She’s not the only one though. Many girls have been through similar things. Some only suffer from infections, but others might end up suffering from cancer.

Maya is an Indian activist, founder of Sukarma Foundation and a researcher at the University of California. Read on to find what revolution she is bringing for the betterment of rural women in India.

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