Moore, who is an ambassador of child survival organisation Population Services International, arrived in the capital on Monday to attend the inaugural USAID Frontiers in Development Forum.
She also co-hosted a briefing called ‘The Ripple Effect of Water, Sanitation and Hygiene on Global Health and Development’, the following day. The actress shared her experiences of meeting poverty-stricken people in Sudan, who have taken seriously ill from contaminated drinking water.
“One out of six lacks safe drinking water,” she sad. During the three-day event, the 28-year-old star also met with world leaders and government officials to stress the importance of taking swift action.