Social taboo & Menstrual Hygiene
Women are excluded from society during their mensuration which is very prevalent in Nepal's far west. In this exile, women are compelled to leave their homes and spend the first 13 days of their first period and the first five to seven days of every month for the remainder of their lives in a hut or cow shed. As a sort of menstrual taboo, chhaupadi forbids women and girls from taking part in typical family activities while they are menstruating since they are viewed as "impure." The western region of Nepal is thought to be where Chhaupadi is most popular, but city dwellers also do it. Women and girls are prohibited from taking part in routine activities and from interacting with their communities while they are menstruating. We are starting this campaign right away to urge people to stop this ill tradition by using sports, which can also be a means of empowerment. Shelter Ashraya Nepal intervention such taboos by running a woman's football cup and working with the local bodies to abolish the huts (Chaupratha) where women are forced to live. To promote women's rights, the sport seems crucial.