The Hopemirror Foundation’s “Project Naaz” focuses on empowering women.


Ramzan Shaikh, an NGO founder who had an ideology of encouraging the underprivileged at a very young age, started the HopeMirror Foundation. After successfully carrying out multiple drives in Navi Mumbai and Mumbai, assisting over a thousand families, the team was ready to fully focus their women’s team on women’s empowerment initiatives.

The Hopemirror Foundation regularly takes steps that are good for society. They continued their “Project Naaz,” in which they organise social drives in tribal or rural schools, educate teenagers and women about their monthly periods, and give teenagers sanitary napkins. The team helped them with any problems they might have had and also educated them on good touch and bad touch.

The Hopemirror team held their drive in the slums of Kharghar in Navi Mumbai. This campaign’s objective was to increase sanitary pad usage, awareness, and circulation. The women’s initiative, known as “Project Naaz,” was being led by team members Rubina Khan, Adv. Samira Shaikh, Ketaki Gharal, Nandini Jain, and Ullma Khan.

The HopeMirror Foundation had an amazing reaction. This drive highlighted how even a humble move in the correct direction may cause a major change in perspective. Ramzan Shaikh said that we were able to set up a team dedicated to women’s empowerment. Additionally, we are looking for government grants or CSR, and we will annually target 20 to 30 rural schools and also slum areas in order to make “Project Naaz,” which helps teenagers and women understand any issues about their monthly periods, successful.

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