The right to gender equality in Nepal has not yet matured, and women who are having menstruation will be labeled as “unclean”; some of them even need to be isolated. Since menstruation is considered a taboo, local women do not have the concept of sanitary napkins. They only use rags to make their so-called “sanitary napkins”, which cause many diseases and health problems. In view of this, Taiwanese girl Lin Nien-Tzu founded "Dharti Mata Sustainable Workshop". "Dharti Mata Sustainable Workshop"‘s environmentally-friendly sanitary napkins are produced by women in Nepalese villages. While supporting the employment of women in the villages, Lin Nien-Tzu goes to Nepalese mountains and villages to teach menstrual health knowledge so that the positive menstruation experiences of women are increased.
Lin Nien-Tzu not only has a commitment to safeguarding women's dignity, but also environmental protection. In order to protect female bodies and reduce the use of disposable sanitary napkins, the environmentally-friendly sanitary napkin of "Dharti Mata Sustainable Workshop" is made of 100% organic cotton and is dyed with plants. "The uterus is the palace of children. Menstruation also takes place in the womb. I want to invite everyone to realize that we are all coming out of the mother's womb and we should reconnect to the bodies." Lin Nien-Tzu said. Nature empowers women to nurture life and we should be proud of it. And we should give feedbacks to the earth in a form that does not harm the environment.