Born as Audrey Kathleen Ruston on May 4. 1929. The woman behind “the little black dress”, the third screen legendary greatest female in the history of America, the woman who has the beauty inside and out, Audrey Hepburn.
Audrey Hepburn is a legendary icon in the film industry of the United States, she devoted her life to create a legacy. Audrey sets standards in every path she chooses, she makes sure that her devotions will create a path that will give help and advantage to other people.
Hepburn become the Goodwill Ambassador of UNICEF, president George W. Bush presented her with the Presidential Medal of Freedom to honor her work with the UNICEF. She received the Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award in recognition to her humanitarian work.
Audrey Hepburn dedicate her life to help the poorest among the poor, she travels and visit the poor nations to extend a helping hands to the impoverished children. Her humanitarian work with UNICEF ends in the 1950’s, but this doesn’t stop her heart to help other people.
In 1988, she had gone out with her first field mission, she went to Ethiopia. The orphanage have 500 starving children broke her heart, because she can’t stand the idea that there are millions of people who are starving to death and many of them are childrens. The orphanage in Mek’ele is the place where part of essay samples about third world countries become famous “The Third World is a term I don’t like very much, because we’re all one world.”
In August 1988, Audrey Hepburn went to Turkey to educate the people about immunisation campaign. October 1988, Ms. Hepburn went to South America (Venezuela and Ecuador), she made the United States Congress realized the value of home for the slum communities. Audrey toured the Central America in February 1989, the Operation Lifeline open the people to the reality that there are no natural disasters only man made tragedies.
The goodwill ambassador of UNICEF raised awareness, she made people realized the value of a helping hand. Audrey Hepburn humanitarian act will stay as a legacy to many people. Let me leave you with my favorite Hepburn quote:
“Anyone who doesn’t believe in miracles is not a realist”