Navya Naveli Nanda

Navya Naveli Nanda joins forces with WPL’s UP Warriorz team, stating, “Our partnership targets critical issues affecting women in sports and society.”

Navya Naveli Nanda teams up with the WPL team UP Warriorz to support her non-profit effort, Project Naveli.

The aim is to help women stay safe online and improve their skills. They believe that sports can help make society better. Navya Naveli Nanda and UP Warriorz are working together. They want to tackle issues that affect women in sports and in society. 

UP Warriorz are well-known for supporting women in cricket and helping them feel stronger. They will help with Project Naveli’s important programs, Nimaya and Entreprenaari. The focus is on giving women opportunities in sports and more, especially in Uttar Pradesh. Nimaya wants to create a program to teach skills so young women can have good careers.

Navya Naveli Nanda said, “I’m happy to work with UP Warriorz. They believe in what we do at Project Naveli. Together, we want to make a big difference in mental health, helping women start businesses, and making sure female athletes are treated well online.”

Jinisha Sharma, who works at Capri Sports, said, “This partnership is about dealing with issues that affect women in sports and in society. We want to create a space where women’s achievements are recognized and celebrated.”

One big part of this teamwork is the “Trash Talk Clean Up” campaign, led by Navya Naveli Nanda. It fights against online bullying and mean comments that female athletes often face. They want the internet to be a safe and kind place for everyone.

Studies show that femle athletes get a lot of hate on social media. By working with Navya and Project Naveli, UP Warriorz shows they’re serious about helping women in sports and in society.

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