Oscar winner Angelina Jolie is taking her humanitarian skills to a more emotional level when she did something special with her daughter Shiloh.
On Thursday, People announced that the actress took her nine-year-old on a trip to see a Syrian Refugee family after one year of being apart from them. Jolie and her daughter met up with a girl named Hala in a powerful video, which can be seen below.
"When I met Hala in 2014, they had arrived in Lebanon as refugees," the 40-year-old movie star said in the video. "One year later, I'm back with my daughter Shiloh to see how life has been."
Hala and her brother went through a tragic incident that left them on a quest for safety. They were displaced from their home when they heard "bombs dropping" when suddenly "we saw the house falling down on our mother," the brother says.
As a representative of the United Nations refugee agency, it appears that Jolie is doing what she can to help these people out.
"Their memories of Syria are fading," she told the publication last month. "They have stopped counting the days in displacement. Nothing is certain and they feel abandoned."
The actress also mentioned that she would be back in Syria and may bring Shiloh with her again.
"Upon leaving the family, Shiloh asked many questions," Jolie said. "It is of course hard to explain all of the harsh realities of war and displacement. She said she felt sad, but was happy that she went and is looking forward to the next visit."