UNICEF Ambassador Audrey Hepburn on her last UNICEF mission in war-torn Somalia, September 1992.
“I walked into a nightmare,” she said. “I have seen famine in Ethiopia and Bangladesh, but I have seen nothing like this - so much worse than I could possibly have imagined. I wasn’t prepared for this. It’s so hard to talk about because it’s unspeakable." Between the worst drought in history and a horrifying civil war that had destroyed the country; most of the population was starving to death. "There’s nothing left,” Audrey said. “The cattle are dead, the crops are gone, whatever there was has been looted. Anarchy. It’s a country without a government." - AUDREY HEPBURN’S WORK WITH UNICEF
UNICEF Trip to Nepal
168 children have died and over 1,100 have been seriously injured, maimed and even terribly burned. No child should have to suffer the terrifying impact of such violence. We are urging all sides to stop this violence for the sake of the children, who are suffering the worst.
i hate pants that make it look like i have a boner when i sit but then i remember im a girl but i still worry that somebody will think i have a boner
Do… Girls really worry about this?
Aaron and Lauren Paul dancing in the middle of the street.