Priyanka Chopra, a UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador, greets a Syrian woman and her baby at UNICEF's Makani Center in Amman, Jordan, Sunday, Sep. 10, 2017. (AP Photo/Lindsey Leger)
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The world must do more to help Syrian refugee children get an education, actress Priyanka Chopra said after chatting and joking with young refugees at an after-school center in Jordan's capital. Individuals can make a difference with donations if governments don't step up, said Chopra, a UNICEF goodwill ambassador and Bollywood and Hollywood star. Sunday, Chopra, a light gray scarf slung over her hair, visited a UNICEF-backed children's center in Jordan's capital of Amman.Chopra said she was moved by the hopefulness of the children she met.Chopra is also producing films in regional languages, to create an outlet for artists who might otherwise by overlooked by the dominant Hindi-language movie industry.
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