New film released in the US tells the true story of Christina Noble
According to The Irish Times, Noble’s influence is felt across Vietnam and Mongolia. Known as "Mama Tina," she has seen a lot since she arrived in Vietnam in 1989, and is more worried about the rights of children around the world today than she has ever been:
“From the depths of my heart and stomach I really am very worried about the world’s children. It’s not just wars and starvation. Inequality and poverty are always factors. And figures for poverty aren’t going down. They’re going up and up and up…I’m not trying to scare anyone. But no child is safe. Because wherever inequality exists the sickos and the predators move in.”
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