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Now, Aamir Khan is all set to represent India in an international initiative which is committed to make a better tomorrow and create awareness in their countries.
Several personalities across the globe have signed the global initiative named Action 2015 wherein world leaders have signed on to eradicate poverty and PK actor Aamir Khan is the only Indian to be a part of the project.
Joining the likes of Ben Affleck, Matt Damon, Malala Yousafzai, Bill Gates, Hugh Jackman, José Padilha, Bono and Ted Turner among others, Aamir Khan is the only person invited to join the initiative from India.
Two critical United Nations summits will take place this year. The first in September, where the world must agree new goals to eradicate extreme poverty, tackle inequality and ensure a more sustainable planet.
The second is the climate summit in December where we must ensure the well-being of people today doesn't come at the expense of our children's futures.
India is a signatory to the programme and Aamir Khan is the representative from India. As a part of Action 2015, Aamir will work towards achieving the New Millinium Goals which are; removing poverty, education for all children and protecting the environment among other goals.
The actor's job will be to promote the idea from a grass-root level that poverty and illness can be eradicated and to tell those in need that help exists.
Aamir has been selected to be a part of the initiative due to the welfare work he has been carrying out in India. The initiative has got great support from leaders all over the world.