My Kind of Model

Models, in general, don’t do much for me. But this morning I came across an exception: the Czech Republic’s Helena Houdova. Houdova runs a charity that supports impoverished children in nine countries. Together with a friend, Mariana Kroftova, she traveled to Cuba to investigate whether her charity could be of help to Cuban children. According to the Prague Post, they found AIDS victims institutionalized under “desperate” conditions, and poor Cubans living in shantytowns on the outskirts of Havana:

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