Contribution of Princess Dana

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Student’s Name: Amirah Liyana Binti Aminuddin
Faculty / Group: Business Management / BMB3Cb
Lecturer’s Name: Madam Norizah Binti Kassim
Title: The works of Princess Diana
Order: Topical Order
General Purpose: To inform
Specific Purpose : To inform my audience about the charitable contributions and humanitarian efforts of Princess Diana Central Idea : Aids charity works, helping the victims of land mines and donation to Centrepoint are the charity works that Princess Diana has done until she has become her legacy.

Introduction

I. Attention grabber
“Nothing brings me more happiness than trying to help the most vulnerable people in the society. It is a goal and an essential part of my life – a kind of destiny. Whoever is in distress can call on me. I will come running wherever they are” A. This is what she said when she was asked about her charity works. B. Charity was her passion. She loved helping people because that made her happy. Other than that, since she is involved in the political world, she always knows what was going on all around us. Therefore, she had fully used her high position ability and helped everyone she possibly could. Introduction of topic

II. The subject I am speaking about is once a world icon and people loved her for what she has done. She is the one and only Princess Diana.

III. Establishment of credibility
Princess Diana has done so many charity works and humanitarian efforts that help people who needed it, no matter who they were.

IV. Preview statement
Today, I would like to inform you about the charity works and humanitarian efforts of Princess Diana which include helping the victims of land mines, Aids charity works and the donation to Centrepoint.

(Transition: Let’s start with the first charity work that Princess Diana has done which is Aids charity works.)

Body

I. Princess Diana was concerned towards the Aids victims. She always gives compassionate care to the Aids victim even though she knows that Aids is a dangerous disease.

A. “HIV does not make people dangerous to know. You can shake their hands and give them a hug. Heaven knows they need it.” This is the statement that Princess Diana gave when someone asked about her charity works for Aids victims.

B. In the 1970’s and 80’s, it was believed that Aids can be communicated through touching someone affected with it. Princess Diana was one of the first celebrities that show the world through her actions that people suffering with Aids deserve care and love rather than segregation and disdain.

C. In addition, Princess Diana often visited African Aids patients. Hence, Princess Diana supported the work of the National Aids Trust which seeks to education, promote research and positively influence the fight against Aids. By sustaining the causes of Aids, she is credited as beginning the public conversation about Aids.

(Transition: Other than Aids charity works, Princess Diana had also contributed her efforts to help out people who needs it.)

II. Helping the victims of land mines is one of the humanitarian efforts that has been done by Princess Diana.

A. Princess Diana has done several campaigns to help the victims of land mines. Her campaign against the use of land mines won the Nobel Prize in 1997, the year she died. She focused on the effects of land mines towards people and society after a war is over.

B. Other than that, Princess Diana had influenced the signing of the Ottawa Treaty, which banned the use of anti-personnel land mines, even though it was signed after her death.

C. She organized and participated in protests and fundraisers across the countries in Europe, Asia and Africa. In 1997, she spoke at an anti-land mines conference and lobbied in...
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