Humanitarian Anca Verma appointed as the ‘Ambassador for Children and Youth for MiddleEast and India’ by ‘Federal Association for the Advancement of Visible Minorities’ a global charity organization / NGO.
Billionaire Philanthropist Anca Verma has been appointed as the Ambassador for Children and Youth for the Middle East and India proposed by the Federal Association for the Advancement of Visible Minorities, FAAVM.
The FAAVM is a nonprofit, charitable organization. Our major focus involves using various multifunctional civil rights programs to help our mostly disadvantaged, underprivileged minorities as men, women, and children. Via the FAAVM multilateral humanitarian systems, and activities, we’re able to reach out to these people who are very difficult to reach via more traditional-type programs. We then use these activities to help improve the quality of life of these disadvantaged communities. nationwide and worldwide.
Anca Verma is actively involved in various social welfare projects for women and children in Asia and in Europe, her efforts lead noted social reforms for poor and underprivileged living in miserable conditions due to lack of monetary aids and basic living support.
Anca Verma is a businesswoman and philanthropist. She is the Chairperson of ‘Olialia World’ which is a US$ 2 billion multinational FMCG corporation with interests in infrastructure, hospitality, aviation, and financial services sectors. Anca Verma under her maiden name (Anca Neacsu) was a renowned European supermodel. Anca Verma is the Managing Trustee of the Shrikant Verma Charitable Trust, which she runs with her husband Abhishek Verma, the Chairman of the Trust.
The role and responsibilities of the Ambassador for Children and Youth encompass a wide range of policy and service activity, both direct and indirect, for children and young people. We have a complex mission, comprised of a number of separate, but inter-related humanitarian strands.
Ambassador for Children and Youth encompass a wide range of policy and service activity, both direct and indirect, for children and young people. We have a complex mission, comprised of a number of separate, but inter-related humanitarian strands:
•The direct provision of a range of universal and targeted services;
• Ensuring high-quality arrangements are in place for focused interventions dealing with child welfare and protection, school attendance, reducing youth crime, and promote youth entrepreneurship. Comprehensive oversight of The United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child is an integral element.
• The harmonization of policy and provision across Government and with a wide range of stakeholders to improve outcomes for children and young people.