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Aamir Khan to become UNICEF's brand ambassador

By Jyothi Prabhakar, Times of India

1678 days ago   Article ID# 1325695
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NEW DELHI, INDIA (Times of India) - Aamir Khan, who's made sensitive films like "Taare Zameen Par", which deals with the issue of dyslexia in children, has been roped in by UNICEF to become their brand ambassador for Nutrition and Child Rights.

A formal announcement regarding the same will be made on November 30 in Delhi, confirmed UNICEF officials.

With this, Aamir has added one more to his list of charitable endorsements of development agendas.

Causes and development initiatives that Aamir endorses: Brand ambassador of the Incredible India campaign, as part of which he promoted Atithi Devo Bhava Brand ambassador of the Women and Child Development Ministry for spreading the message of curbing malnutrition among children Being approached by the Railway Ministry along with Sachin Tendulkar Part of the National Voter Motivation Campaign in 2004 to urge people to step out of their homes and vote A brand ambassador for TOI's Teach India campaign, and for the Teach For India campaign which was actively supported by TOI.

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Updated 1678 days ago   Article ID# 1325695

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