Halle Berry heads to Nicaragua to help feed stu­dents as part of Michael Kors’ Watch Hunger Stop cam­paign.

ELLE (Canada) - - World - BY ANNE SLOWEY

Berry with a school­girl and (far right) a group of school­child­ren; a view of Jinotega prov­ince, Nicaragua; Michael Kors LimitedEdition 100 Se­ries

rose-gold-tone stain­less-steel watch ($355, at Michael

Kors stores across Canada) hun­gry peo­ple has fallen by 130 mil­lion since 1990, so I think this is a prob­lem we can re­ally solve.” Kors is cer­tainly do­ing his part: For each sale of his spe­cially de­signed 100 Se­ries watch, 100 meals are pro­vided; in July, the to­tal reached the five-mil­lion-meal mark.

Berry has long sup­ported or­ga­ni­za­tions that help vic­tims of do­mes­tic vi­o­lence, such as the Je­nesse Cen­ter, Inc., in Los An­ge­les, and raised funds for can­cer re­search as a Revlon global brand am­bas­sador. But this is the first time the 48-year-old ac­tress has in­serted her­self at ground zero, so to speak. “It’s im­por­tant to come and put your­self in the place,” she says. “As an ac­tress, it ob­vi­ously brings me to a greater emo­tional depth, but as a mother, it’s im­por­tant that my fam­ily un­der­stand that we live a dif­fer­ent kind of life but are still cit­i­zens of a world.”

The WFP pro­vided food to more than 97 mil­lion peo­ple in 80 coun­tries last year; in Latin Amer­ica h

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