Mortaza Set To Become UNDP’s Goodwill Ambassador

Bangladesh limited overs captain Mashrafe Bin Mortaza is set to be named as the United Nations Development Programme’s (UNDP) “national goodwill ambassador for youth”. The appointment will be made official on that day following a signing ceremony, the UNDP said in a statement.

The release stated that UNDP Bangladesh will appoint Mashrafe Bin Mortaza as the UNDP National Goodwill Ambassador for Youth in Bangladesh. Mashrafe Bin Mortaza, who is currently the ODI and Twenty-20 skipper, said that he had received the proposal a month ago and was extremely excited to receive the opportunity.
The UNDP has enlisted the volunteer services and support of prominent personalities from the worlds of art, music, film, sport and literature to highlight key issues and to draw attention to its activities.

Over the years, many Olympians, World Champions, elite athletes and sports personalities have lent their names and time to support the UNDP family. Their mass appeal especially helps in motivating people to act in the interest of improving their own lives and those of their fellow citizens. These individuals are given the title of Goodwill Ambassador, Messenger of Peace, Special Representative, Champion for Sport or other status depending on the UNDP entity who has appointed them.
Extra Info :
UNDP Head : Helen Clark
Formation : 1965

So lets discuss some questions related to this post which can be asked in the upcoming exams :
1. Name the person who has been going to become the UNDP’s goodwill ambassador ?
2. Expand the term UNDP. 
Courtesy : Business Standard 

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