Aamir Khan Visits Bhutan For UNICEF Campaign


THIMPHU, BHUTAN: Bollywood star Aamir Khan today went by Bhutan in his part as a UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador to bolster the association’s battle for youngster sustenance that tries to end hindering among kids crosswise over South Asia.

Mr Khan met with Rudolf Schwenk, UNICEF Bhutan Country Representative, on his visit to Thimpu and learnt about how UNICEF is attempting to address hindering crosswise over Bhutan.

“Today, I heard numerous amazing stories about how youthful moms have possessed the capacity to convey solid children in spite of complexities and difficulties. This says a great deal in regards to the significance of having a proficient human services framework with prepared wellbeing specialists set up, which at last assumes a vital part in sparing numerous youngsters’ lives,” Mr Khan said in a video discharge on the UNICEF South Asia Facebook page.

“I have heard such a large number of good things about the advance Bhutan has been making however there’s dependably scope for development and we are worried about achieving each and every kid,” he said.

The performing artist went by Drukgyel Basic Health Unit which was set up in 1998 in Paro where he communicated with youthful Bhutanese moms and their kids.

The unit gives general well being administrations, for example, antenatal and postnatal care, family arranging, vaccination and cervical tumor screening. The regenerative wellbeing and inoculation projects are likewise bolstered by UNICEF.