THE QUEEN OF POP MUSIC MADONNA SET TO BOOST BEYOND ZERO CAMPAIGN

THE QUEEN OF POP MUSIC MADONNA SET TO BOOST BEYOND ZERO CAMPAIGN

By Dennis Milimo

Beyond zero campaign set to receive a boost from philanthropic Madonna

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Pop artist Madonna with the First lady Margret Kenyatta.

The philanthropic queen of pop music Madonna has promised to partner with the first lady of Kenya Margret Kenya in her beyond zero campaign an initiative that is aimed at reducing maternal deaths in the country.

Madonna is in the country touring different places where she has been able to visit Kibera under the initiative of Kennedy of the “Hope2shine” where she is seen taking pictures with the kids in the slums.

The seven time  Grammy Award winner and actress has been sharing photos on social media showing her current location in one of her many charity works.

The beyond zero campaign is speared headed by the first lady Margret Kenyatta where she donates mobile clinics across the country as a way of reducing deaths.

Madonna is the currently the Goodwill Ambassador for child welfare initiative and she seems to be enjoying her time in the country in company of kids at the Shining Hope a centre, for the communities and an organization that is meant to help girls get access to free education by providing them with clean water and health care.

Queen Madonna who is 57 year old is an American entertains who is loved by many people across the world due to her good heart and good music.

Apart from her philanthropic works Madonna is also recognized as the best-selling recording artist in the Guinness Book of Records having sold more than 30 million records worldwide.

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