MAKWANPUR: Chairperson of the Miss world organization, that runs the annual Miss world competition, Julia Morley has pledged to support the operation of a maternity centre in the Chepang settlement of Makwanpur. The health centre to host the maternity centre was built at the initiative of former Miss Nepal Shrinkhala Khatiwada.
Morley visited the health post on Friday and expressed happiness for being able to visit in person the structure that won Khatiwada the beauty with purpose award in 2018 miss world competition.
Morley and current Miss world Toni-Ann Singh joined Khatiwada to visit the centre in Bharta of Kailash rural municipality.
On the occasion, former miss Nepal Khatiwada expressed happiness over being recognized for her hard work.
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