AIDS Clinic in Ethiopia Planned by Angelina Jolie

by Hannah Punitha on  August 8, 2008 at 1:51 PM Celebrity Health News
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 AIDS Clinic in Ethiopia Planned by Angelina Jolie
Hollywood actress and UN ambassador Angelina Jolie is planning to build an AIDS clinic in her daughter Zahara's native country Ethiopia.

Jolie and boyfriend Brad Pitt will be making a trip to Ethiopia in the near future to discuss building the medical centre as part of the work of the Jolie-Pitt Foundation set in 2006, so that, their daughter Zahara can manage the centre when she is older.

"We will be building a TB (tuberculosis)/AIDs clinic in Ethiopia, one we plan for Zahara to take over when she is older," Contactmusic quoted Jolie, as telling Hello Magazine.

The couple is also planning to make a charity trip to son Maddox's native Cambodia, once the newborn twins are more settled.

"The boys have been asking to go so we will take them when Knox and Viv are a little bit older."

"The next trip for our foundation will most likely to be Asia to follow up on the situation in Burma and our work in Cambodia, Jolie said.

Source: ANI
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