Manushi Chhillar roped in by United Nations’ Development Program for World Health Day!

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Miss World Manuhsi Chhillar has been roped in by UNDP for World Health Day. Photo: Yash Raj Films

Manushi Chhillar, who is set to get a big launch opposite superstar Akshay Kumar in Yash Raj Films’ big-ticket historical Prithviraj, always lends her voice to important social issues. She is one of the most woke millennial youth icons of our country and has now been roped in by United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) for World Health Day.

UNDP has closely followed her impactful work on diverse issues. From advocating for menstrual hygiene and HIV/AIDS through Project Shakti, to being actively engaged with several social causes including gender-based violence and COVID-19 awareness campaigns, they have witnessed the creative ways through which Manushi has drawn fans and audience’s attention to topical causes.

She has worked with UNDP starting from World Health Day and also on the World Immunization Week on April 7, 2022 and from April 24 to 30 respectively.

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Manushi, who won the Miss World crown for India 17 years after Priyanka Chopra (Jonas) grabbed the coveted honor, says, “It is a huge honor for me to be associating with United Nations Development Program on several important issues that needs our immediate attention. UNDP is doing ground-breaking work across the world on healthcare and immunization. I will do my best to rally audiences and bring attention to these important issues.”

She adds, “Vaccination is the need of the hour to protect lives and I’m looking forward to doing my bit to spread this message across the length and the breadth of the country. I want to work relentlessly to drive home UNDP’s agenda for India in the months to come, starting with World Health Day. Working and caring for others gives me a lot of joy so I’m thrilled to partner with UNDP and lend a helping hand to those in need.”

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