The New Zealand-born actress well known for her on-screen roles in Wentworth, Rake and Deep Water.
But now Danielle Cormack's mission is to create better lives for the victims of 'the worst humanitarian crisis since World War II.'
Speaking with the Daily Telegraph, the 46-year-old has spoken of her first-hand experience of the devastating impact of climate change in drought-affected Kenya.
On a mission: Danielle Cormack, 46, is in drought-affected Kenya on a humanitarian visit with Child Fund
There as an ambassador for Child Fund New Zealand and Australia, Danielle is touring to areas both benefiting from community projects and those 'at the centre of the food crisis.'
The actress revealed the dire conditions and how she felt compelled to help those affected by it.
'The drought is affecting the health and livelihoods of so many, especially children and