“I came home and really wondered about why some people are born to some situations and others are born in a different place,” she continued. “I had to come to terms with a little guilt even for coming home and not doing more. The people of Rwanda touched me in a way I cannot express or put into words. They are in a place that needs our help and I am so proud of the work that we are doing there.”
Aguilera, who’s a mother to 5-year-old son Max, added, “After the birth of my son, I started looking into causes that touched me as a mother and I was so moved by the work the World Food Programme and Yum! Brands World Hunger Relief did.”
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*This article was originally posted on September 25, 2013 on E! News online.
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