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    Angelina Jolie-Namibia is a Home

    Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie pose with Namibian First lady Penexupifo Pohamba in Swakopmund, Namibia 2006.
    Namibia is a country with untapped beauty laying in the Southern African region, a nations with tiny population about 2,113 million inhabitants.  Regardless the political bellicose that erode this wonderful nations and vision less leaders prey on political helm of power who always resort for the curse against their own people by demolishing homes instead building houses. Of, course Namibia is a beautify country, that blessed with fauna and flora as well as mineral resources. There are people out there all over the world who want even to relocate to this beautiful country, because they seeing the prosperity of utilizing and developing those idle wealthiness which laying beneath the cast of poverty.  Angelina Jolie too has also learn the intrinsic serenity in the "land of the brave" and that is why she decided to give birth to Shiloh in Namibia (Welwitschia Cottage Clinic in Walvis Bay in 2006). Shiloh, whose now a grown up teenage in the family of other adopted children from Cambodia and Ethiopia. 

    Shiloh is a Biblical name means "the desired one" or "the peaceful one", and the one of the reasons for Angelina to have birth in Namibia, there is no doubt that she envisioned Shiloh Nouvel Pitt to be nothing special, other than to experience ordinary life and solidarity with people who born into poverty stricken nations. Angelina Jolie wants Shiloh to touch and learn the true different life essence from the privilege of typical American, of course Jolie has a great audacity if it comes in the measuring the best love and family care in the world, as being Hollywood's golden icon and at the same time an independent woman, which described by People magazine as "the world's most beautiful family". Her motherhood figure, and being the ambassador for the UN refugee agency, makes her to be widely praised for her commitment to Africa and Asian nations. Angelina discovered the resilient beauty of Namibia during the filming of Beyond Borders romantic-drama in 2003 about humanitarian aid workers

    For the people who don't know Angelina Jolie is an American actress, filmmaker, and humanitarian whom everyone i hope know her international philanthropism. Jolie has been a United Nations goodwill ambassador for several years.

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    Brad Pitt celebrate Angelina Jolie with a vintage seaplane on her birthday 40th birthday on June 4 2015. 

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    Angelina Jolie before met Brad Pitt who became a father several months later to her baby Shiloh Nouvel.  Jolie was just freshing off a divorce from Billy Bob Thornton (and had previously been married to Jonny Lee Miller). "I think we found this strange friendship and partnership that kind of just suddenly happened," Jolie told Vogue in 2006. "We just became kind of a pair." when Pitt met met at the Madame Tussaud's wax museum in New York. 

    It was "Mr. & Mrs. Smith," a sexy action comedy about an unhappy couple who rekindle the intimacy spark only after trying to kill one another, that makes them falling in love while at that time Brad Pitt was married to Jennifer Aniston. "Mr. and Mrs. Smith" entangled throughout the year 2004 and the date affair wasn't revealed until January 2005 when Pitt and Aniston announced their separation. During this time, Jolie said, "We spent a lot of time contemplating and thinking and talking about what we both wanted in life and realized that we wanted very, very similar things." Jolie said it was when her son Maddox called Pitt "dad" that was the most defining moment Angelina gave in. They decided not to marry until they were comfortable. However, the Angelina filed a divorced 2016 from Pitt, and interestingly Brad Pitt is now back again to his ex Jennifer Aniston read more.
    So whoever you are as being a doctor, lawyer, scientist, human rights activist, student, teacher, mother, wife, or boy or girl. I hope that you will join me in taking time today to think about how we can all contribute to making a better future. There is a lot we can’t predict about the world 150 years from now. But we do know that our great-grandchildren will be living with the consequences of decisions we make now, just as we can trace the origin of problems we are dealing with today to their roots in earlier centuries.-Angelina Jolie.
    In early July 2017, Angelina brought Shiloh back to Namibia to help open the sanctuary named in her honor. The cause is special to Shiloh (12) who was born in Namibia. The new sanctuary is funded by the Jolie-Pitt Foundation; she and estranged husband Brad Pitt gave the foundation a $2 million grant in 2011. Animals like rhinos and elephants will be cared for at the Shiloh Wildlife Sanctuary that aim to save endangered species like rhinoceros from poachers and abusers; the foundation called it a 'place of hope' and a 'second chance' for the animals conservation.

    Angelina and Brad Pitt; her siblings are: Maddox, 15; Pax, 13; Zahara, 12; Shiloh 11 and twins Vivienne and Knox. 
    The Jolie Pitt Foundation has supported N/a’an ku sê since 2006. On her most recent trip to Namibia, Angelina opened a new clinic for wounded elephants and rhinos. Adding that the 'name was a surprise to her;' Shiloh couldn't stop 'beaming.' The Shiloh Wildlife Sanctuary's main purpose is to 'assist and care for any rhinos or elephants that have been injured or orphaned in a poaching incident,' according to the N/a’an ku sê Foundation's website. The new addition to the foundation is to have a full-time veterinarian as well as trucks, crates, vet equipment and holding pens, thanks to the Jolie-Pitt Foundation's donation.

    Wildlife that are cared for at the facility will be nursed back to health before released to their place of origin. Shiloh's siblings were also on hand at the wildlife sanctuary opening. During their five-day stay, Jolie, 42, and Shiloh met with N/a’an ku sê founder Rudie and Marlice van Vuuren (whome Jolie has known for 16 years) and got hands-on experience working with the wild animals since 1998. The entourage even caught up with a cheetah named Shiloh, whom Jolie first encountered as a cub in 2015.

    Jolie concluded her visit with a private meeting with President Dr. Hage Geingob and Madame Monica Geingos, First Lady of the Republic of Namibia at State House on Monday 26 June 2017 on the token as a Special Envoy for the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, to discuss humanitarian commitment and other issues include conservation in Namibia and her family’s ongoing commitment to the country. “It is a privilege to work with N/a’an ku sê and be able to contribute to conservation in Namibia,” Jolie said before leaving.

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