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Posted by Hunter on December 12th, 2013

Tom Hiddleston takes part in the Giant Sleepover for UNICEF UK



Also here is another video of Tom for Unicef campaign on his 5th Day of Live Below The Line



Posted by Hunter on April 11th, 2013

Tom on ITV’s “This Morning”

Tom made an appearance on ITV’s show “This Morning” earlier today! He talked about being crowned “Sexiest Movie Star” and his work with UNICEF – he explains a bit more what the challenge called ‘Living Below The Line’ is about. Very interesting interview and he was as charming as always. I’ve updated our gallery with some photos of him inside the studios and you can watch the complete interview below:

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Appearances > 2013 > ITV Studios in London, England (April 11)



Posted by Hunter on March 12th, 2013

Tom talks about Unicef Trip

Tom travelled to Guinea in January (13) to visit communities which have been helped by the United Nations Children’s Fund (Unicef) programs, and he admits a trip to a medical centre in the capital city of Conakry was an emotional experience. Read a piece he wrote for Harper’s Bazaar magazine below:

“(During the visit) I was delighted, enlightened, and confused. I immediately got a real sense of one of the biggest challenges that children face in the country: hunger and malnutrition. We visited (the) National Institute of Child Health and Nutrition (Inse) in the Donka Hospital in Conakry… (And) I was simply overwhelmed by seeing so many small infants in such great need. One small ward… housed at least 20 children, some of whom had slim chances of survival… Most shocking to me was the speed and urgency of their breathing, asleep or awake, it was uniformly unsettled and uneven. When you see a child struggling so hard simply to breathe, it makes your heart hurt. It was tough to get to sleep that night, remembering the sight of those children, but I had come expecting the week to be a tough one, full of mixed emotions.”

“Now that I am back to the hustle and bustle of London, I miss the warmth and people of West Africa… The week that I spent in Guinea was truly life changing.”

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Posted by Hunter on February 8th, 2013

Read Tom’s Guinea field diary

Tom has returned home from his trip with UNICEF UK to Guinea in West Africa. He’s been posting about it on UNICEF’s blog, and here we have his latest post. The links of Tom’s previous posts are on the bottom of this posts, in case you wish to read them all.

So that’s it.

I’m back in London. I am back in my home. Back amid the hustle and the bustle. Back amid the humdrum and the mayhem and the madness. Back to running water and the warmth of central heating. Back to a bed without a mosquito net. Back to food in the fridge and food in the cupboard and food around the corner in the supermarket.

I’ve seen things I have never seen before.

When I started writing this blog, I talked of life in Guinea as a “jigsaw puzzle, one where the pieces keep moving or changing shape, which in turn alters the picture. You might be looking at it from a different angle, or at a different time of day”. On my first night, Julien had suggested an idea of reality in Guinea as “open to interpretation”. In so many respects, that is true of all life. The view always changes with the viewer. That’s the law of relativity.

Here’s what’s not open to interpretation. Every year in the world more than two million children die of hunger. It shouldn’t be like this. Children in Guinea start life at a severe disadvantage. Those that are malnourished may survive in the end. If they are caught in time. If their mothers respond to symptoms early enough; if they make it to the centre de santé, which is often miles away; if they respond to the therapeutic peanut paste, and special therapeutic feeding milk. If their parents are able to grow crops and feed them with enough nutritious foods so they can keep healthy. If they win the fight against malaria. If they live near a good school. If they can get work. If their parents can protect them from exploitation by the military. If they are lucky. Previously malnourished children can make it. It sounds paradoxical to say it, but they are the lucky ones.

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