Transcript for Exclusive Video of Beyonce's Humanitarian Trip to Haiti
superstar is helping raise money for the country's only children's hospital. She recently visited to see what progress has been made and we got an exclusive look. ABC's juju Chang has more. ? Reporter: She's a pop star whose global reach may be as big as her heart. And now beyonce is hoping to shift some of her spotlight on to Haiti which continues to suffer since the devastating earthquake that struck the island five years ago. Bonjour. Reporter: One of her stops in the capital port-au-prince, St. Damien hospital, the only children's hospital in Haiti. How many children do you have? Reporter: Providing high quality health care to the poorest of the poor. Our care is almost free. We only charge a modest fee and we call it participation of the family. That only covers less than 10% of our whole budget. Reporter: While beyonce was there, she met with doctors, cancer patients and newborns in a specialized intensive care unit. One of the few in the country. Queen bey rocking a t-shirt to bring awareness to her charity bey good raising money for the hospital which is funded entirely on private donations. She brings attention to our facility. It's good for us because all of what we're doing is free to the families. Therefore, we need to raise the money. Reporter: Today 40% of the Haitian population is unemployed. Thousands still living in temporary post-earthquake camps. And cholera a. And infection from dirty weather is an epidemic. Cholera. We've seen about 2,000 cases this year so far where in a typical year we see about 10. Can I have a high-five? Reporter: Mrs. Carter holding hands with the sick, laughing with the healing. So handsome. Reporter: Bringing smiles to the faces of sick children and awareness to a hospital in need. For "Good morning America," juju Chang, ABC news, New York. You can see in her eyes how sincere she is about this and how it brings so many smiles as was said. Hour does.
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