Source: Celebsgonegood - Christina Aguilera is back… for good! (Pun intended.) On top of her new single climbing the charts, Christina was recently named as an “Ambassador Against Hunger” for the UN’s World Food Programme. The diva is no stranger to traveling the world, and continues to add to her list of do-gooding destinations, having recently returned from a trip to Guatemala. Her next stop? Haiti.
The five-time Grammy Award winner made an appearance on Oprah on Friday, naming the birth of her son as one of the inspirations behind both her new album and her charity initiatives. The singer said, “A child dies every six seconds of hunger which is a huge statistic for me. After having my own child I just had to be a part of it and do something about it and help change that situation.”
The World Food Programme (WFP) is the world’s largest hunger-fighting agency, whose goals are to save and protect lives in times of emergency, help communities prepare, restore, and rebuild after disasters, and to educate people on how to alleviate chronic hunger and malnutrition.