Priyanka Chopra attended the annual meeting of the World Economic Forum yesterday and took to social media to share a few moments from the event. Being the Global Citizen ambassador, she was there to address the world leaders about critical issues like extreme poverty, climate change and inequity.
One of the pictures she shared was a picture with Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, who is the board chairperson at Gavi, a public–private global health partnership committed to increasing access to immunisation in poor countries. She wrote, “Dr. Ngozi on behalf of Gavi has vaccinated 86% of the world’s children and has saved over 13 million lives since 2000. She is truly doing God’s work. Dr. Ngozi is an economist, international development expert and the Chair of @gavialliance – an incredible organization that has helped immunize more than 760 million children and saved 13 million lives. The proof is in the numbers, and it’s evident that with organizations like Gavi and its amazing partners like @unicef and @who, we can eradicate extreme poverty. ðÂ¤Â #Davos2020”
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Dr. Ngozi on behalf of Gavi has helped immunize more than 760 million children and saved 13 million lives since 2000. She is truly doing God’s work. Dr. Ngozi is Nigeria’s former Minister of Finance, an economist, international development expert and the Chair of @gavialliance. This is an incredible organization and the proof is in the numbers, With organizations like Gavi and their amazing partners like @unicef and @who, we can eradicate extreme poverty. Please support Gavi and the amazing work they do by signing the petition at @GlblCtzn. 🌎 🤝 #Davos2020
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Reportedly, Priyanka also took part in the fireside chat with the likes of Belgium’s Deputy PM Alexander DeCroo, South African disability activist Eddie Ndopo, P&G’s Chief Brand Officer Marc Pritchard, Chair of the Board of Gavi Dr. Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, Chief Strategy Officer of Verizon Rima Qureshi, Kenyan food and nutrition activist, Wawira Njiru, Teneo CEO Declan Kelly, and Global Citizen CEO Hugh Evans.
Looks like our Desi girl is truly a global star now!