Geri Halliwell

Catarina Furtado

“Ever since I’ve entered the media arena, I’ve always stood for the empowerment of women... that’s what the UNFPA is about and I’ll be promoting the empowerment of women in developing countries.”

Geri Halliwell (formerly of the Spice Girls) is an internationally recognized entertainment personality. Long associated with her 'girl power' motto, she has always been outspoken about women's rights and issues.  Regarding her position as a UNFPA Goodwill Ambassador, Geri said, "Like many women, I take my right to reproductive and sexual health care for granted, but for women in the developing world, getting pregnant can mean the difference between life and death."

Geri works tirelessly for Breast Cancer Care, who made her a Patron in 2000. Geri has donated all the royalties of the hardback version of ‘If Only’ to the charity and annually launches Breast Cancer Awareness Month, on behalf of the charity. Geri is also an ambassador for The Prince’s Trust, Prince Charles’ charitable organization, and regularly attends events in this capacity.

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