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Angelina Jolie is not the most famous among A-list beauties. She is blamed for causing Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston to break up and is mainly mentioned for their divorce from 2016. But people seem to forget the truth is that Angelina has done more for the world than many other celebrities combined.

Angelina is no longer acting, she produces her own movies or spends time helping people in need. She has traveled to every corner of the world to speak up for the underprivileged.

While the world seemed to ignore the Rhoyinga refugee crisis, Jolie went to Bangladesh to address the issue.

According to Reuters, she visited the world’s largest refugee site in 2019, and condemned the world for not doing enough to stop the exodus of nearly a million people from Myanmar: “The most tragic thing in the situation is In this situation we cannot say that we were not warned.”

Angelina Jolie’s work at UNHCR is even more impressive than her filmography. She may be referred to as Maleficent, but is actually the complete opposite in real life.

She first contacted the UN after filming Tomb Raider in Cambodia in 2001. She went on to donate $1 million to the organization and soon became a UNHCR Goodwill Ambassador. In 2012, she became their Special Envoy. Thanks to all she did for Cambodia, she was even given citizenship. Therefore, she became one of the celebrities with dual citizenship.

Angelina’s job is not only to donate large amounts of money but also to be willing to immerse herself in the lives of less fortunate people. Over the past two decades, she has visited refugees around the world, including Afghanistan and Syria. She shook people’s hands, talked to them, and told their stories to everyone willing to listen.

She also produced several films depicting the horrifying lives they endured. Most famously, she directed In the Land of Blood and Honey (2011), an explicitly shocking film about the war in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

After starring in Beyond Borders (2003), a film set in Namibia, she became a patron of the Harnas Wildlife Foundation. It’s a wild animal farm that needs help. Forget Lion King, Jolie deserves to be crowned queen of wild animals.

That’s not even the only wildlife project she’s taken on. She also bought a large piece of land in Cambodia and turned it into an animal sanctuary and called it the Maddox Jolie Project after her first son.

Originally a wildlife sanctuary in Cambodia, it has now turned into something much bigger. Since Angelina married Brad Pitt in 2014, she changed the name of the project to the Maddox Jolie-Pitt Foundation.

She created Asia’s first Millenium Village, a project that develops rural areas through solving pressing problems, such as poverty and disease. In Kenya, she funded a community that employed former poachers now as rangers and helped develop much of the infrastructure, such as schools and factories.

While some celebrities run their own product lines for personal gain, Angelina Jolie founded Style of Jolie as a charity. In 2010, Jolie collaborated with famous jeweler Richard Procop on a jewelry collection. All proceedings go towards the Education Partnership for Children of Conflict, a program she has co-chaired since 2007. Her volunteer work is truly comprehensive.

Angelina’s humanitarian efforts are not limited to the Middle East, Asia and Africa. In 2019, she also visited Colombia to meet thousands of Venezuelan refugees. According to UNHCR, she visited a “refugee camp in Riohacha for Colombian and Venezuelan youth who have been se.xually abused or trafficked” and spoke out about the problems happening in South America.

Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt have six children and three of them are their biological children. The rest are adopted children: Maddox is from Cambodia, Zahara is from Ethiopia, Pax is from Vietnam. By adopting these children, Angelina gave them a better chance at life. May she have inspired many others to adopt.

In September 2020, Angelina Jolie donated her money to two boys selling lemonade in London. They are raising money for the people of Yemen. Not only is she fully engaged in alleviating humanitarian crises around the world, she also inspires young people to try and make a difference.

Last but not least, Angelina founded Jolie Legal, a network of lawyers working for human rights in many countries. She also funds a great deal of legal work for immigrant children through Kids in Need of Defense (KIND).

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