After Priyanka Chopra, Kareena Kapoor Khan Joins UNICEF Campaign

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Kareena Kapoor Khan was applauded for her last performance in the film Veere Di Wedding. As it was the first film after the birth of her baby boy Taimur Ali Khan. When Bebo was pregnant she made heads turn with her maternity style.
Well, it was really a lifetime experience for Bebo as she also advised nutritionist Rujuta Diwekar’s book Pregnancy Notes: Before, During & After.

And, now she is going to share this experience after being a UNICEF goodwill ambassador from India. Yes, she now spread awareness to women of the small village about good health among women and children. Even, she will aware women of the methods of feeding newborns and safety about girl children as female infanticide. Before, Kareena is not the one from India to be the part of the campaign, as Priyanka is also the member of UNICEF.

According to the source, “According to research, a majority of women, especially in the interiors of India, don’t know the basic dos and don’ts of pregnancy and the first few months post motherhood. So now, as part of the campaign, Kareena will be advising them on how to feed newborn babies and challenge practices that risk their lives as well as that of expecting mothers. She wants to tell everyone to take care of their girl child as female infanticide is a serious issue, too.”

It is reported that Udta Punjab actress Kareena will travel to tier II cities and regarding the same source said, “She will educate women about what safety measures they should take in the first six months post pregnancy. She will also deliver speeches on the kind of nutrition and diet they should follow.”

Meanwhile, Kareena says, “It is possible to keep more babies alive and healthy. The government is doing everything it can to ensure adequate service delivery. However, it’s not only about the administration doing its bit but also about civil society taking relevant and collective action.”

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Published by Vaidehi Tendulakar on 28 Jul 2018

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