Kareena was inquired whether the Bajrangi Bhaijaan celebrity will be unwilling to come to Pakistan. To which she responded, “Of course. I’d like to go everywhere to propagate the message of female education.”
Based on a 2012 UNESCO report, Pakistan finds itself in the base 10 of state positions that are new for the instruction of females that are poor.
The general literacy rate is put by the Pakistani government just 26 per cent of girls are taught. Independent sources and instruction specialists, however, estimate that just 12 per cent of girls are literate in the united states, says the report.
Kareena, who’s additionally the star supporter of UNICEF, stated she’d do whatever she can to encourage the necessity of quality schooling for kids and that education is every child’s right.
“There’s little doubt that great progress was made in India in the locale of giving instruction to kids. But even now, the standard of schooling remains a huge challenge. Girls will be the pride of India,” she told a party of over 6,000 schoolgirls.
They emphasized their need to finish secondary-level schooling. They need to be recognized and permitted to finish their studies,” she added.
Kareena, who has put acting on hold right now, is active working for humanitarian causes today and is set to produce a documentary on women authorization.
Earlier she joined hands with other Btown celebrities Madhuri Dixit, Freida Pinto, Alia Bhatt, Parineeti Chopra, Priyanka Chopra, Nandita Das and Sushmita Sen to get the same effort.