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Unicef ​​India And Kilakarai: Bihar Badminton Player Pinki Kumari Success Story…


Pinki Kumari
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UNICEF India : The United Nations Children’s Fund ie UNICEF is working for the development of children and adolescent girls in India. UNICEF aims to improve the health, education and holistic development of children around the world. For the past 70 years, UNICEF has been working to improve the lives of children and their families in India. UNICEF India is dedicated to advancing the rights of the country’s children and adolescents. UNICEF is working towards gender equality and empowering adolescent girls. Along with this, UNICEF is running a program to empower adolescent girls. You must have read the story of Bihar’s karate girl Amrita Raj in Amar Ujala’s series on the efforts being made to empower adolescent girls and their bright future under UNICEF and Kilkari scheme. Today read about Bihar’s badminton player Pinky Kumari.

Pinky Kumari of Bihar

Pinky Kumari is a resident of Bihar. Pinky is only 17 years old, but with hard work and the help of UNICEF and Kilkari, today she is bringing laurels to the state. Pinky Kumari is a promising female badminton player of the state.

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Identity made as a badminton player

When Bihar’s badminton champion Pinky Kumari started playing, she had to go to Manipur to play at the national level. Her mother agreed but father was not ready to send her daughter away from home for sports.

Although Pinky somehow convinced her father and went to play the match. But now whenever she brings a medal after winning the competition, her parents feel very proud and to encourage her say ‘You make our name shine’.

Kilkari scheme made strong

Pinky Kilkari came forward with the help of the scheme. Kilkari is a scheme started in the year 2008 with the help of UNICEF, which is related to the health and development of pregnant women, adolescent girls and children. The Government of Bihar gives financial assistance to the Kilkari scheme. Most of the children registered in Kilkari are from marginalized sections of the society.

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UNICEF India : The United Nations Children’s Fund ie UNICEF is working for the development of children and adolescent girls in India. UNICEF aims to improve the health, education and holistic development of children around the world. For the past 70 years, UNICEF has been working to improve the lives of children and their families in India. UNICEF India is dedicated to advancing the rights of the country’s children and adolescents. UNICEF is working towards gender equality and empowering adolescent girls. Along with this, UNICEF is running a program to empower adolescent girls. You must have read the story of Bihar’s karate girl Amrita Raj in Amar Ujala’s series on the efforts being made to empower adolescent girls and their bright future under UNICEF and Kilkari scheme. Today read about Bihar’s badminton player Pinky Kumari.

Pinky Kumari of Bihar

Pinky Kumari is a resident of Bihar. Pinky is only 17 years old, but with hard work and the help of UNICEF and Kilkari, today she is bringing laurels to the state. Pinky Kumari is a promising female badminton player of the state.

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Identity made as a badminton player

When Bihar’s badminton champion Pinky Kumari started playing, she had to go to Manipur to play at the national level. Her mother agreed but father was not ready to send her daughter away from home for sports.

Although Pinky somehow convinced her father and went to play the match. But now whenever she brings a medal after winning the competition, her parents feel very proud and to encourage her say ‘You make our name shine’.

Kilkari scheme made strong

Pinky Kilkari came forward with the help of the scheme. Kilkari is a scheme started in the year 2008 with the help of UNICEF, which is related to the health and development of pregnant women, adolescent girls and children. The Government of Bihar gives financial assistance to the Kilkari scheme. Most of the children registered in Kilkari are from marginalized sections of the society.

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