Its cause: childhood
At the end of the 1980s, Audrey Hepburn became the pioneer of these stars who worked for a good cause, while she voluntarily put an end to her career. In 1988, she thus became an ambassador for Unicef specializing in Africa and Latin America. Child of the post-war period, she personally suffered from hunger and survived thanks to the services of Unicef. And until 1992, when the disease took over, she made about fifty study trips to El Salvador, Honduras, Mexico, Venezuela, Ecuador, Bangladesh, Thailand, Vietnam, Sudan, Ethiopia, Eritrea and Somalia.