Rane names a young person who worked for the UN as an honorary advisor for his departments.

Neysa Sanghavi, 22, is a young activist who has worked with Rwandan communities and the environment conservation movement . She has a dual degree in pharmacology and drug research, as well as human biology from the University of Southern California .

Panaji: Minister Vishwajit Rane has appointed Neysa Sanghavi as an honorary advisor for the state departments of health, women and child care, and forests.Neysa is a young activist who has worked with Rwandan communities and the environment conservation movement.The 22-year-old has a dual degree in pharmacology and drug research, as well as human biology from the University of Southern California (USC), Los Angeles, and we have appointed her as a state brand ambassador, and she will partner with the ministry of health in studies and extension work, as well as with the Goa Medical College and Hospital's doctors.Rane said that she would help spread Goa's message around the globe and that she would also bring the perspective of a young mind to these areas.Neysa has worked with the UN on improving the lives of refugees.

I will be focusing on social media awareness as well as spreading the word about Goa's ongoing and new initiatives on the ground.I want to share the experience of someone who has been exposed to a variety of cultures.Neysa said that I would also give suggestions on how to increase the project's effectiveness.Neysa's career began when she was 16 years old when she volunteered at a Rwandan non-profit group.

She has given her time to several Indo-Rwandan collaborations and outreach programs.Goa is also hoping to recruit interns from universities abroad, like the University of Southern California and Yale University, so that they can advise and promote a trans-disciplinary solution to a variety of problems that the government faces here, she said.