Say what you will about Angelina Jolie, but one thing is for sure. She really does put her money where her mouth is, helping both people and animals. And this time she has opened the Shiloh Wildlife Sanctuary (named after her oldest daughter with Brad Pitt) in Namibia.
In fact, Jolie and her kids, including Shiloh Jolie-Pitt, just returned from a trip to Africa to open the center which cares for elephants and rhinos that have been abused or have been victims of poaching. It is located at the N/a’an ku sê Foundation.
The family was in town for five days, and worked with and observed the animals, according to People. Jolie ended her visit with a private meeting with President Dr. Hage Geingob and Madame Monica Geingos, First Lady of the Republic of Namibia, to discuss conservation in Namibia and her family would continue to help with the cause. “It is a privilege to work with N/a’an ku sê and be able to contribute to conservation in Namibia,” Jolie said.
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