The 'Start Without You' singer has visited the country twice since it was hit by a devastating earthquake. She returned in July to see how money raised by The Sun's Helping Haiti appeal and Save The Children had been put to use.
"The two things we take for granted in the UK are healthcare and education," she told The Guardian. "I want my charity to focus on the two things I got for free.
"I'm opening a school in Haiti and I'm trying to set up a foundation for kids. That's my biggest goal."
She continued: "My main objective for life is to look after my family. I could waste money on clothes and clubs, or I can invest and set up a foundation. I prefer that route."
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