Angelina Jolie has arrived in Pakistan to help flood victims.View Photos | Hollywood

Angelina Jolie It arrived in Pakistan on Tuesday to provide aid to those affected by heavy rains and floods in Pakistan. The actor, who has been the United Nations Special Envoy for Refugees since 2011, also met the victim.In videos and photos shared on her Instagram fan page, she was seen shaking hands and conversing with people. (Please also read: Brad Pitt sued by Angelina Jolie’s ex-company for $250 million in French winery dispute)

Floods that hit Pakistan in mid-June claimed hundreds of lives, damaged hundreds of thousands of homes and left half a million homeless, according to the Associated Press. , visited Daito, one of the worst-hit areas where nearly 300 people died from waterborne diseases.

Angelina’s fans have praised her for her humanitarian work. “Respect,” wrote one of her fans. Another fan commented, “Bless her beautiful soul.” A third poster wrote, “A woman who steals your heart.” Many of her fans dropped hearts in her videos and clapped emojis.

Angelina had traveled to Pakistan to help with relief efforts when it was hit by floods in 2010 and a devastating earthquake in 2005.

An earlier statement by the US-based non-profit International Rescue Commission (IRC) said the actor would visit flood-affected areas in Pakistan. According to a press release, she plans to meet in person with the family to better understand their needs and next steps to help them rehabilitate and rebuild. He said he would visit local organizations that support activities and displaced people, including Afghan refugees.

Jolie has been deeply involved in humanitarian work since the early 2000s. As an ambassador for the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, she has visited many refugee camps around the world. She is also an advocate for education for all children, especially girls. From 2005 to 2007, Jolie funded the launch of the U.S. Refugee and Immigration Commission’s National Center for Refugee and Immigrant Children.

In November 2013, Jolie received an honorary Academy Award, the Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award. In June 2014, she was named an Honorary Dame for her contributions to British foreign policy and campaigning to end sexual violence in war zones.

https://www.hindustantimes.com/entertainment/hollywood/angelina-jolie-arrives-in-pakistan-to-help-flood-affectees-meets-victims-101663677250210.html Angelina Jolie has arrived in Pakistan to help flood victims.View Photos | Hollywood

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