Newslantern Lifestyle Desk
Nashik: From last one decade, Wockhardt hospital is known for health and social commitment for Nashik and North Maharshatra and undertook many new initiatives. In recent initiative sanitary napkin vending machine was gifted and installed at Nashik district Probation and After Care Association (Girls Care Home) at Untwadi Road. A programme was organized on this occasion and was attended by the Center Head of Wockhardt Nashik, Vinod Sawantwadkar, Marketing head Abhishek Sharma, Gynaecologist Dr Vaishali Agarwal and the honorary secretary of institution Chandulal Shah.
Speaking on this occasion, Vinod Sawantwadkar said that Wockhardt is always with Nashikites through various social programmes. The facility is provided to girls will be of their benefit. Further the supply of sanitary napkins for next one year will also be organised by Wockhardt, he said.
Honorable Secretary Chandulal Shah gave the information to the organization and told that this is much needed for 49 female students staying here. They are orphans and in the age group of 6 to 18. After this, gynaecologist Dr. Vaishali Agarwal gave lecture on the menstrual cycle, female health, and the reproductive methods of women.