Prince Harry visited the centre for charity “Sentebale” in Botswana and was welcomed with a special greeting. He is known as Prince Harry or the Duke of Sussex — or even a soft “H” and his wife, Meghan Markle. But some young people who met with him recently in Africa, Harry asked with another title: father Archie.
“Welcome, Archie’s father” — that was a warm message, foretelling the arrival of Harry at a special stop during his recent tour of four South African countries. It was written on the Board in the center in Botswana for his charity “Sentebale” in September, and now the video of the visit was published on the website of the charitable organization.
35-year-old Harry has created a “Sentebale” over ten years ago together with his friend Prince Video of Lesotho as a way of addressing the crisis of HIV and AIDS among youth in this country. In 2016, it has expanded to Botswana. During his visit to Kasane, Botswana, 26 September Harry met with the leading lawyers of the charitable organization Let Youth and was briefed on the progress made since then, as some of the young people held a round table with the Prince at the London school
of hygiene and tropical medicine in London in 2017. The charity is also uses radio to disseminate information about the elimination of the stigma associated with HIV.
“Sentebale” conducts camps and clubs for children and young people who come to acceptance of life with HIV, helping them maintain adherence to medications and build their self-esteem and self-confidence. “Comparing the level of confidence of tourists in the first day
camp with the fourth day, you can see the change in confidence when they begin to believe in themselves,” said Angola Moura from Sentebale.
Chief Executive Director Richard Miller said the September visit Harry gave real impetus to our efforts and gives us confidence and energy to move forward.”