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September 21: Serving humanity is the best way to serve God and the need for this service was never felt before as much as it was felt during Covid-19. The pandemic has been wreaking havoc on the world since it started in 2020. But, there are people who have rendered service to humanity and brought relief to the masses during these difficult times. Rajyogini Brahmakumari Yogini Didi, who is among the people committed to serving mankind. During the pandemic, her service to mankind and charitable activities were unparalleled.
Yogini Didi is Honorable Director Administration, Brahma Kumaris Global Hospital & Research Centre, Managing BSES Municipal General Hospital, from Mumbai, Maharashtra. She has received recognition from the World Book of Records’ Global Pledge Campaign for her humanitarian efforts and service to mankind during the pandemic. Member of Parliament and Bollywood actress, Hon’ble Hema Malini, and National Secretary, WBR – India, Dr. Deepak Harke, presented Yogini Didi with a Certificate of Commitment.
After she received the honor from the World Book of Records, Yogini Didi was complimented by Shri Santosh Shukla, Supreme Court, Advocate (President & CEO, World Book of Records), and the World Book of Records Central Working Committee.
She was also congratulated by, Head of World Book of Records, Europe, Wilhelm Jezler (Head WBR Europe), under whom awareness campaigns regarding the pandemic are being run in 70 nations across the world. People and organisations are honoured with a “Certificate of Commitment” to motivate them and others to work towards Covid-19 pandemic relief.
World Book of Records has expressed gratitude for the response its CSR Initiative – Mass Pledge Campaign drive has received. The drive has played a key role in motivating people across the world to join hands in the fight against COVID-19. Mr. Wilhelm Jezler of Zurich, Switzerland, has provided pioneering leadership to excite and inspire people to stay safe and educate others to remain safe all through the Covid-19 pandemic.
Yogini Didi has earlier too been felicitated for serving humanity. During an event held on December 9, 2018, In 2018, she was awarded the Prestigious 8th International Human Rights Awards’ (Ambassador for Peace-2018) ‘Bhartiya ManavaAdhikar Samman 2018.’ The event was held by the All India Council of Human Rights, Liberties and Social Justice (AICHLS). The award is presented to world peace leaders, corporate leaders, institutes, and organisations that have demonstrated remarkable leadership in the protection and promotion of human rights and serving humanity.
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