Prince Harry is ready to spend the anniversary of the day when he and Meghan Markle shared the happy news of their commitment in a special place, defending a special cause.
He went to Africa, where he will visit projects in Zambia. Harry, who loves the continent and has visited there regularly with the Duchess of Sussex, is there to do business on behalf of the Commonwealth (he is the youth ambassador for the family of nations linked to the United Kingdom) and to meet with the conservation group Parks Africans , of which he is president.
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On November 27, the first anniversary of when the world was informed about the couple's marriage plans, it will meet in a moving way with an organization called CAMFED, which addresses poverty and inequality in sub-Saharan Africa through education. of the girls and the empowerment of young women. It is an issue that is close to the heart of his wife and that she will become a central part of his public work.
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Harry, 34, begins his visit to Zambia the day before with a reception celebrating the links between the United Kingdom and Zambia.
On November 27, the prince will head to Burma's barracks to commemorate the Zambian veterans of the two world wars, meet widows of veterans and see a special photo exhibition about the African soldier of World War I.
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At an event for the Queen's Commonwealth Trust, of which he is also president, the future royal father is prepared to converse with young leaders who are leading socially-minded companies around the world. He will also visit the Zambian Circus, which helps young people from vulnerable Lusaka environments acquire life skills while providing educational and employment opportunities. The Commonwealth Trust partner, CAMA, will be among those who will meet, including its network of CAMFED students. Harry is ready to make a speech.
Harry's last task in the country will be a visit to BongoHive, the country's first innovation and technology center. Participate in one of the workshops, meet with entrepreneurs who practice their launches before the next funding competition and listen to founders of new companies that have benefited from the support of BongoHive.