Angelina Jolie has handed over home video footage she shot during a recent trip to Africa so it can be shown as part of an awareness documentary to be
She is widely popular as an actress and her many films have helped her to reach fame, popularity and wealth as well. Though, just like any other people, she is only a human who still can feel with her inner self.
She's Angelina Jolie, the actress who has a very deep concern about hunger and disease, especially that happens to children. As an attempt to awaken people's awareness on that matters, Jolie has handed over home video footage she shot during a recent trip to Africa to be aired by MTV next week.
Dubbed "The Diary of Angelina Jolie & Dr Jeffrey Sachs in Africa," the 30-minute special will air Sept. 14. It follows Jolie and United Nations Secretary-General Kofi Annan's deputy on a recent visit to Kenyan village Sauri, where Sach's U.N. Millennium Project team is working to end hunger and disease.
Introducing the program, the actress says "If my kid was hungry or asked me for food, to not have anything to give my children for dinner, I cannot imagine how horrible that feeling would be as a parent. We are in Sauri to see how the challenges that have plagued Africa for so long can be met."