“I have been unofficially associated with Unicef since the last few years. I went to slums to meet girls and to understand the grassroots problem. It is sad to see how many girls are subjected to work rather than being educated, be married rather than play and bear kids when they themselves are so young,” said Priyanka.
“Now, as the brand ambassador of Unicef, I can officially lend my voice to this cause of girl education. I am proud that my parents gave me the value and importance of education and of being self-made. They gave me the right to live and the freedom to be whatever I want, they gave me the power to dream and I hope every parent can do that,” she added.
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