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Amrita Raj of Bihar
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UNICEF India : The United Nations Children’s Fund ie UNICEF works to promote and protect child rights. Since its inception, UNICEF has been striving for the health, education and overall development of children around the world. UNICEF’s operations and participation are high in India. For almost 70 years, UNICEF has been working towards improving the lives of India’s children and their families. UNICEF India is dedicated to advancing the rights of all boys and girls in the country. UNICEF is working towards gender equality and empowering adolescent girls. Under this work, UNICEF supported many adolescent girls of India and encouraged them to move forward. Amar Ujala is releasing a series about those girls and women of India whose lives changed with the help of UNICEF. Let us know the stories of Indian adolescent girls standing on their feet with the efforts of UNICEF.

Amrita Raj of Bihar

Amrita Raj, 20, is a resident of Patna, Bihar. Amrita is an athlete and belongs to Karate. With the efforts and support of UNICEF and Kilkari, Amrita Raj emerged as an empowered teenager. Kilkari is the state ‘Bal Bhavan’ established by the Human Resource Education Department in various states. Kilkari started in the year 2008, in which UNICEF also supported.

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What is Kilkari scheme?

The Kilkari scheme, started in 2008 with the help of UNICEF, is related to the health and development of pregnant women, adolescent girls and infants. The scheme has financial support from several state governments. The Government of Bihar also gives financial assistance to the Kilkari scheme.

Amrita got help from Kilkari and UNICEF

Amrita Raj from Bihar is a part of the Kilkari campaign and is supported by UNICEF. Amrita Raj took karate training under the Kilkari scheme. There was a time when girls did not play sports like karate, boxing. It was believed that such games are not for girls. But Amrita Raj found fame in Karate. Today she teaches karate to children. Many girls were inspired by Amrita Raj and came forward to learn karate.

Empowered Amrita Raj

Amrita Raj, who taught girls the virtues of karate for healthy body and self-defense, also got the support of family and teachers in her endeavour. Not only this, Amrita Raj’s life changed because of karate. Due to playing karate, Amrita was able to get admission in B.Sc (Nursing) under sports quota. At present, Amrita Singh teaches karate to girls along with studying BSC and herself has become an inspiration for others through karate.

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UNICEF India : The United Nations Children’s Fund ie UNICEF works to promote and protect child rights. Since its inception, UNICEF has been striving for the health, education and overall development of children around the world. UNICEF’s operations and participation are high in India. For almost 70 years, UNICEF has been working towards improving the lives of India’s children and their families. UNICEF India is dedicated to advancing the rights of all boys and girls in the country. UNICEF is working towards gender equality and empowering adolescent girls. Under this work, UNICEF supported many adolescent girls of India and encouraged them to move forward. Amar Ujala is releasing a series about those girls and women of India whose lives changed with the help of UNICEF. Let us know the stories of Indian adolescent girls standing on their feet with the efforts of UNICEF.

Amrita Raj of Bihar

Amrita Raj, 20, is a resident of Patna, Bihar. Amrita is an athlete and belongs to Karate. With the efforts and support of UNICEF and Kilkari, Amrita Raj emerged as an empowered teenager. Kilkari is the state ‘Bal Bhavan’ established by the Human Resource Education Department in various states. Kilkari started in the year 2008, in which UNICEF also supported.

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What is Kilkari scheme?

The Kilkari scheme, started in 2008 with the help of UNICEF, is related to the health and development of pregnant women, adolescent girls and infants. The scheme has financial support from several state governments. The Government of Bihar also gives financial assistance to the Kilkari scheme.

Amrita got help from Kilkari and UNICEF

Amrita Raj from Bihar is a part of the Kilkari campaign and is supported by UNICEF. Amrita Raj took karate training under the Kilkari scheme. There was a time when girls did not play sports like karate, boxing. It was believed that such games are not for girls. But Amrita Raj found fame in Karate. Today she teaches karate to children. Many girls were inspired by Amrita Raj and came forward to learn karate.

Empowered Amrita Raj

Amrita Raj, who taught girls the virtues of karate for healthy body and self-defense, also got the support of family and teachers in her endeavour. Not only this, Amrita Raj’s life changed because of karate. Due to playing karate, Amrita was able to get admission in B.Sc (Nursing) under sports quota. At present, Amrita Singh teaches karate to girls along with studying BSC and herself has become an inspiration for others through karate.

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