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All Children in School (Forrest Hills)

A benefit for the Audrey Hepburn Children's Fund and UNICEF's global schooling project features 15 tracks by Ani di Franco, Susheela Raman, Luigi Cinque, Nuova Compagnia di Canto Popolare, Gabin Dabiré, Dulce Pontes, Uxía, Marlevar, Omara Portuondo, Susana Baca, Sainkho, a duet by Teresa Salgueiro and Caetano Veloso, and others. Nicely packaged in a presentation box with a detailed booklet that contains info on the artists, the songs and the projects of the organization. Part of the record label's proceeds go to All Children in School.

"More than ever before, music is the “universal language.” This unique and extraordinary world music compilation consists of the beautiful melodies of the generous artists who have donated their songs to benefit the “All Children In School” program. This program benefits the 120,000,000 children worldwide, two-thirds of whom are girls, by providing basic quality education. If you cannot always understand the words of the songs, the emotion and heart of the artists can nevertheless be felt in each song. These artists have donated their work to save our future generations and to give them what they truly want and certainly deserve: the way to help themselves. So, kick back and relax and whether it’s in traffic, over dinner, during the holidays or “on the go,” immerse yourself into “our world,” knowing that you have helped to make it brighter." - Sean Hepburn Ferrer, Chairman & Founder, Audrey Hepburn Children’s Fund

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