Monday, November 23, 2015

Prince Harry To Open Children's Centre in Southern Africa, Funded by his Charity Sentebale

Caption: Prince Harry plays with a three year old blind girl called Karabo during a visit to Phelisanong Children's Home in Lesotho in 2014 Photo: Getty 

Prince Harry will be reunited with Mutsu Potsane, an orphan who was aged four when he first met him 11 years ago, as he opens children's centre built by his charity Sentebale

Kohls Department Stores IncPrince Harry is never likely to forget the day he met four-year-old Mutsu Potsane during a gap-year visit to an African orphanage in 2004. Mutsu ran up to the 19-year-old Prince, held his hand and stayed by his side for days, creating a bond between them that has lasted ever since.

The Prince was so moved by the plight of children in Lesotho orphaned by the country’s HIV/Aids epidemic that he decided to set up a charity, Sentebale, to do something about it.

On Thursday he will be reunited with Mutsu when he returns to Lesotho to open the first purpose-built children’s centre in southern Africa, the proudest and most significant achievement of his charity’s first decade.  Click link for full post from The Telegraph.

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