Moumita Bhattacharjee, lovingly known as Momo, is a scholar of Sociology with specialisation in Childhood and Environment. She comes from a hamlet near Shillong. Traveling began as her childhood fancy with her father who was an avid mountaineer and soon she took it as a part of her research. She is now a Green Trails fellow in Sandakphu where she deals in waste Management, segregation of waste and sustainable menstruation. She believes that children are the key to keeping the majesty of mountains intact. Apart from trekking, she loves designing dresses and hair. She often gets back to her University teaching Sociology of Childhood.
Our GT fellows were apprehensive about approaching and asking teenagers/young adults to switch to menstrual cups. Until they met Supriya. Read on to find out how Supriya became part of the change on Sandakphu trail.