By By Gauri ThaparPublished 12 December 2016 12:51PM ISTDressing to survive a pandemics outbreak will be a matter of life and death for many women in India.
As India prepares for the country’s biggest peacetime military exercise this year, a wide range of outfits are available for women, from skirts to trousers to a range of outerwear including a full-length dress, a skirt and a dress coat.
This is expected to spark a massive demand for new products and products that will not only help women to ward off infection but also make them feel more comfortable in public.
The Government of India (Gohain) has created a list of popular items that can help women survive a massive pandemic.
For instance, it has launched a new programme, The Dressed Up India initiative, which will help women dress to suit their personal needs.
The campaign aims to ensure that women’s lives are not affected by a pandemaker pandemic, which is forecast to hit India in 2021.
This will include all sorts of products that help women cope with the spread of the disease, including hygiene products and sanitary pads.
The products that are included on the list include the following:A full-body dress for women is available for Rs 5,000 ($9) on the Indiatimes website, while the price of a chanels can range from Rs 3,500 ($9.50) to Rs 1,500.
The Dressed up India initiative is being launched to help women prepare for the pandemic.
The initiative is run by the Indian Institute of Management, Delhi (IIMD), a department of the National Council of Educational Research (NCER), the government body that is responsible for preparing Indian students for a world-class education.
The initiative is also being run by IIMD and the Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment.