Helena Bonham Carter has offered her voice to the latest awareness campaign for Save the Children.

The campaign, No Child Born to Die, features the reactions of children in villages in Lindi, Tanzania as they view inspirational clips of David Beckham, Muhammad Ali and Nelson Mandela, among others.

A separate video for the campaign features Simon Cowell and a host of other celebrity supporters pointing out that everyone is born to be someone, do something unique to them.

The charity held a press conference in London on Tuesday announcing the campaign, attended by celebrity ambassadors Alexandra Burke, Edith Bowman, Natasha Kaplinsky, Amanda Mealing and Prue Leith.

For more information on how you can help, visit SavetheChildren.org.uk/bornto

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