Looking for inspiration to make the world a better place? Well, Angelina Jolie has opened a school for hundreds of girls in Afghanistan and intends to open more funded by profits from her jewelry collection, according to a report out Monday.
The all-girls school in a village outside of Kabul is attended by 200 to 300 primary-grade students in an area with a high refugee population, E! News reported. It's a girls school because the area, which was not named specifically, traditionally favors education for boys, E! said. Jolie, of course, is a goodwill ambassador for the UNHCR, the U.N.'s refugee agency.
With plans for more schools in the works, the "In the Land of Blood and Honey" director is also making her jewelry line, the Style of Jolie, available at a retail level starting later this week at Tivol jewelers in Kansas, with a promise that 100% of profits will go to charity.
"The beauty of these creations is matched by the beauty of spirit behind Angelina's most heartfelt mission — to empower children in crisis," said Robert Procop, Jolie's longtime jeweler and business partner in the Style by Jolie project.