Mon 25 to Wed 27 Feb 2013

Prince Harry visits Lesotho to support his charity organization

  • By Anne Cukier and 1 other
  • Last Update: 4 years ago
  • Lesotho

Prince Harry visits Lesotho to support the work of his charity organization Sentebale.

During the first two days of his visit, the prince will travel the small kingdom privately with his close friend and charity co-founder Prince Seeiso in order to learn more about Sentebale's initiatives in the region.

The charity organization was founded in 2006 and works with children suffering from HIV/Aids. The name Sentebale was chosen to commemorate both of the princes' late mothers. In Sesotho, the language of Lesotho, it means 'forget me not'.

On the last day of the trip, Prince Harry will visit several projects in Lesotho's capital Maseru. Among them are the Kananelo Centre for the Deaf and the Reitumetse Church Project.

The 28-year-old royal announced that the wanted to get more involved in charity work and royal duties after returning from his military mission in Afghanistan. - Prince Harry to work with children who have HIV as he travels to Africa charity at the end of the month on 2013-02-04

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