Miss World Manushi Chhillar is performing her official duties in style and in her latest appearance, she looks drop dead gorgeous while giving a tribute to Nelson Mandela on his centenary celebrations. She is currently in South Africa as the country celebrates former South African President, Nobel Laureate and anti-apartheid revolutionary Nelson Mandela. She inaugurated a low-cost sanitary pad manufacturing unit in Mvezo which is Mandela’s birthplace. The Haryana girl looked ravishing as she wore a white a gorgeous white mini dress from Papa Don’t Preach by Shubhika. She wore clear heels that are a rage right now. Also Read - Nelson Mandela Was Pleased I Didn't Tour South Africa During Apartheid Regime: Viv Richards

The menstrual hygiene cause is very close to Miss World Manushi Chhillar’s heart and she wrote, “A new milestone achieved!
Nelson Mandela said that poor Menstrual hygiene was one of the three reasons why girls were facing inequality as compared to boys.
It was an honour to inaugurate the first sanitary pad manufacturing unit set up by us in South Africa along with his Excellency, President Cyril Ramaphosa. It was a pleasure to escort you to the unit and explain the project and how the unit works. Work has already started and the first batch of 100% compostable, low-cost sanitary pads have been produced! Two shifts of six to eight women and one supervisor each have been trained to operate the unit providing employment to the women of Mvezo. Around 2000 pads will be produced every day and no girl shall feel uncomfortable while attending school. We already have more than 40 of these units running across 12 states of India. We are soon to open a unit in Johannesburg and also move to Kenya and Rwanda. Witnessing my project cross continents in such a short period of time is like a dream come true!
Milestones still to be achieved…” Also Read - Dane Piedt to End South Africa Career to Pursue Cricket in USA



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A new milestone achieved! Nelson Mandela said that poor Menstrual hygiene was one of the three reasons why girls were facing inequality as compared to boys. It was an honour to inaugurate the first sanitary pad manufacturing unit set up by us in South Africa along with his excellency, President Cyril Ramaphosa. It was a pleasure to escort you to the unit and explain the project and how the unit works. Work has already started and the first batch of 100% compostable, low cost sanitary pads have been produced! Two shifts of six to eight women and one supervisor each have been trained to operate the unit providing employment to the women of Mvezo. Around 2000 pads will be produced everyday and no girl shall feel uncomfortable while attending school. We already have more than 40 of these units running across 12 states of India. We are soon to open a unit in Johannesburg and also move to Kenya and Rwanda. Witnessing my project cross continents in such a short period of time is like a dream come true! Milestones still to be achieved…

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The Duke and Duchess of Sussex also attended the launch of the centenary exhibition to honour Nelson Mandela. Prince Harry also met his widow Graca Machel.

Many celebrities also posted to honour Nelson Mandela including Amitabh Bachchan, Shabana Azmi, Sachin Tendulkar, Aishwarya Rai Bachchan etc.