Welcome to September 2019:
Our Young Person of the Month is Ms. Rajwanti Kumari.
Ms. Rajwanti kumari, final year medical student of Liaquat University of medical and health sciences and Activist, Debater, and Speaker. Being the first female of her community, who received the opportunity to get higher Education this fact always motivated her beyond the measure to work hard. She remained a scholarship holder student in her academic career.
She has been selected in Global Volunteer Program of AIESEC for working on SDG-3 ‘’Health and Wellbeing’’. She did her internship at Osmangazi University Eskisehir Turkey. During her electives in Aga Khan University, She did her research work on Electronic Health System. With these international experiences, she thought, it is necessary to explore the rural Health system; she completed her internships in Rajputana Hospital and Rural Health Centre Tando Jam.
A young doctor, Rajwanti Kumari, has taken the charge to improve the health status of her community in interior Sindh. She is determined to be the light of hope for her community.
Read more about her endeavors: https://t.co/ifgn2ZZykz pic.twitter.com/x3ednIEvcw
— UN Women Pakistan (@unwomen_pak) July 2, 2018
About her Education:
She studied in Govt. college Tando jam, her internal family and teachers always motivated her to work hard. After becoming part of LUMHS, She took a leadership position and organized different events likewise Independence Day and curegionûday and received an award from Director. She served as Information secretary of ‘’Scouts’’ and Member of different societies like LUMHS welfare Society (LWS), Comparing Society. She had been MUNER, awarded for BEST Delegation in NKMUN, now she Chair MUNs like USMUN & MUNIL.
Since childhood, she has much interest, academic education has always been priority, however, she believes for meaningful life it is essential to Equity oneself with multiple perspectives to explore reality in more than one way. She believes that Education, Health and Gender Equality are three most pivotal in Sustainable Developmental Goals (SDGs). Hence their availability should be made possible for everyone.
She started to work on education when she was school-going child, to compensate her educational expenses and to teach those who wanted to do something bigger their lives, she did teaching in one school for six months. She has also received ‘’Best faculty award ‘’ in Smart study program 2015 & 2016. She is also a part of National and International Organizations.
Rajwanti’s interest was always to serve humanity. She belongs to a region which has dearth of skilled resources and basic provision of Health facilities. She has initiated a Health chapter together with the team of LUMHS and RETO foundation with the motive to make aware under soured families about Health issues.
She served as a Head of Shades Women Chapter since 2014. She has been awarded ‘’Best Achiever Female Performer’’ award in 2016 and ‘’Best Achievement award for Women Empowerment’’ 2018. She also got token of appreciation for ‘’Breaking the barriers for Female Leadership’’. With that, she has been selected in first round ‘’Ponds Miracle Beauty’’ award in which 100 females of Pakistan make their place.
About her Projects:
She is engaged in different social projects including AIESEC, Women Engineering Pakistan, Sindh Coordinator of Youth Counseling, Development Network (YCDN), recently she has cleared first round of Aisa Pacific Conference Participation.
She became part of different Pakistani news channels Express-News, Sindh TV News & KTN.