Actress Priyanka Chopra and her husband Nick Jonas are contributing to the Kovid-19 relief in India. Together they started Together for India to support the healthcare infrastructure of the country. Now, after raising more than a million dollars with the fundraiser, the couple want people to contribute more to fight hunger and malnutrition issues among people in the wake of the epidemic.
In a video posted on Twitter, PeeCee stated, “As the war against Kovid-19 goes on in India, we see more impact and distraction that is causing the epidemic.” Nick said, “Millions of Indians are struggling to eat just one meal a day. A recent study by Azeem Premji University showed that a year of Kovid-19 pushed 213 million Indians into poverty.” Is. ”Priyanka also highlighted the issue of millions of children, who were getting mid-day meals in schools, were not able to eat nutritious food as schools were closed due to the lockout.
We are overwhelmed by the support that we have received and as we continue to mobilize more to support India’s healthcare infrastructure, we also want to support another important need that hunger and spread across India Fighting against malnutrition has emerged in our fight against Kovid. . pic.twitter.com/l8B2Oa6QRX
-Priyanka (@priyankachopra) 27 May, 2021
Therefore, the couple urged people to contribute generously so that the needy could get cooked food or dry ration and the country could fight starvation. “We are overwhelmed by that support and as we continue to mobilize more to support India’s health infrastructure, we also want to support another important need that has come up in our fight against Kovid. , Which is fighting hunger and malnutrition. India, ”the White Tiger actor wrote alongside the video.
Nick Jonas also shared, “With your support so far, we have raised over $ 1 million for our fundraiser Together for India to support the supply of oxygen for Kovid patients and to combat the spread of the epidemic.” Vaccination centers can be set up. Your fund has helped us buy 500 oxygen concentrators, 422 oxygen cylinders and has helped more than 6 thousand people get vaccinated.
The couple ended their video by saying, “We humbly request you to continue your heartfelt donations, so we can ensure that we help end hunger as well.” So, let’s come together for India and help us save lives. “