Jenna Bush visits ancient Incan capital in Peru, to tour UNICEF programs

January 13, 2008 20:13


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US President George W. Bush's 26-year-old daughter Jenna visited the ancient Incan capital of Cuzco in southern Peru on Sunday and is scheduled to visit several UNICEF projects in the country, a US Embassy spokesman said. Jenna Bush, one of the president's twin daughters, will be in the Andean country for less than a week, and may visit a the port city of Pisco, which was ravaged by a magnitude-8 earthquake in August, according to the spokesman, Dan Martinez. The daughter, began working as a UNICEF intern in 2006 in Argentina, Paraguay and Panama, was accompanied by UNICEF personnel. Last year, she wrote the book, "Ana's Story: A Journey of Hope," about a single mother living with HIV whom she met while interning with UNICEF in Panama.

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