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Clina-Lancet Laboratories CSR Project for Girls Child School

Corporate responsibility is often described as a form of alabaster for humans to build a brand. This is a business concept whose main goal is to take responsibility for the prosperity of the business and its staff and the community and environment within which it operates.

By engaging in corporate citizenship, also known as corporate social responsibility, companies can become more aware of the effect that they have on all spheres of society, such as economic, social, and environmental.

To take part in CSR means, in the ordinary course of business, a company is both operating in ways that benefit society and the environment and contributing to them in a positive way.

Clina-Lancet Laboratories has chosen to embrace the desire to give back to its community which was a major driving force for Clina-Lancet Laboratories.

“Pad-up A Girl” was one of our CSR aimed at supporting a girl's child by equipping them with the intellectual capacity of every young child who is getting into the menstruation stage.

Menstruation is a natural process in women and is an important part of their health cycle. While this stage of life can be uncomfortable or inconvenient at times, it’s important for every lady to have a basic understanding of menstruation so they know what to expect as they enter adulthood.

Knowing about menstruation before it starts is also beneficial because it allows young ladies to prepare themselves mentally and physically for any potential changes that may occur during the process.

Understanding when and how often you will start having your period, what types of menstrual products are available, and what physical symptoms you might experience are all key pieces of information that will help inform the transition into menstruation.

It’s also helpful to learn tips on how to manage pain or other discomforts associated with menstruation so that you can better prepare yourself for this life stage.

Each woman's menstrual cycle is unique. Some women bleed regularly on the same day of the month, while others have irregular cycles. Women with heavier bleeding bleed longer or for more days than others.

Your menstrual cycle can change throughout various points of your life, such as you approach menopause. Your menstrual cycle can change at times as you get closer to age 50.

One way for you to confirm that you are having any issues with your menstrual cycles is to keep a written record of your monthly periods. Make sure you take note of the length of time they last and any change in the quantity or number of days or weeks you bleed. You may also keep a note of spotting between your periods.

The overall menstrual cycle isn't just a timeframe.

The menstrual cycle is more than just a recurring period. It is a global network of biological changes in the uterus, ovaries, and the female body leading to menstruation or pregnancy as the case may be; The menstrual cycle is usually calculated as the from the first day of your period to the first day of your next period, which is typically 21 to 35 days and an average of 28 days for most women.


Every woman's menstrual cycle differs. What seems to be regular for you may not be the same as something else. It's important to become acquainted with your cycle, including when you get your periods and how long they last. Be mindful of any changes, and share them with your healthcare provider.

In line with the Millennium Development goals of gender equality and female empowerment, Clina-Lancet laboratories understand how important it is to get informed while growing into this stage which is why we took it upon ourselves to empower one of our neighboring schools with Menstrual Hygiene, Distribution of sanitary pads for over 400 students, and health talk related to the above content.

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