Video: Prince Harry's Sweet Welcome Message To Botswana Charity Has Just Been Revealed
Prince Harry visited the Sentebale Charity Center in Botswana and was greeted with a special welcome. He is known as Prince Harry or the Duke of Sussex - or even his wife's affectionate "H", Meghan Markle. But to some of the young people who met him recently in Africa, Harry addressed a different title: Archie's father.
“Welcome, Father Archie,” was the warm message that heralded Harry's arrival at a special stop on his recent tour of four South African countries. This was written on a board at a center in Botswana for his Sentebale charity in September, and a video of the visit has now been posted on the charity's website.
Harry, 35, created Sentebale over a decade ago with his friend Prince Vidiso of Lesotho as a solution to the country's youth HIV and AIDS crisis. In 2016, it expanded to Botswana. During his visit to Kasana, Botswana, on September 26, Harry met with leading advocates of the charity Let Youth and was briefed on the progress made since some of the young people held a roundtable with the prince at the London School.
Hygiene and Tropical Medicine in London in 2017. The charity also uses radio to spread messages about ending HIV stigma.
Sentebale runs camps and clubs for children and young people who come to terms with living with HIV, helping them maintain drug adherence and build their self-esteem and self-confidence. “Comparing the confidence level of the first day of vacationers
day four camps, you can see a change in confidence as they start believing in themselves,”said Katlego Moara from Sentebale.
CEO Richard Miller said Harry's September visit provided real momentum for our efforts and gives us the confidence and energy to move forward.”