Prince Harry is to attend a fundraising dinner in Dubai next month for his charity, Sentebale.
The 29-year-old royal will be guest of honour at Sentebale’s Forget-Me-Not Dinner at the JW Marriot Marquis Hotel on October 7.
Sentebale, which was co-founded by Prince Harry, is partnering with the Al Jalila Foundation established by His Highness Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-President and Prime Minister of the United Arab Emirates and Ruler of Dubai, to help raise money to build the Mamohato Children’s Centre of Excellence in Lesotho.
Prince Harry is to attend a charity dinner in Dubai.
The centre will support HIV-positive youngsters in Lesotho in dealing with their emotional and psychological problems.
“We are delighted to be holding the Sentebale Forget-Me-Not Dinner in Dubai,” the charity’s CEO, Cathy Ferrier said. “It comes near the end of a busy year of fundraising, which will help us reach our goal or building the Mamohato Children’s Centre.”
Harry, who recently became an uncle to Prince George, founded the charity in 2007 with Prince Seeiso of Lesotho to give vulnerable children in the country support and help they need to lead healthy and productive lives.
Earlier this year, the now fourth-in-line, attended the Sentebale – Stories of Hope exhibition at the Getty Images Gallery, in London.
The exhibition displayed images taken by award-winning Royal photographer, Chris Jackson, of the work that the charity does in helping the children of Lesotho.
Currently more than 37,000 children under 14 live with HIV in Lesotho, according to the country’s Ministry of Health and Social Welfare.
In 2003, after completing his A-Levels, Harry went on a gap year. As part of his travels the Prince visited Lesotho, where he worked with orphaned children and made the documentary The Forgotten Kingdom.
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How will Prince Harry be at the Fleet Review in Sydney and in Dubai at the same time? The Fleet review runs from October 3rd to October 11th 2013.
Well, we have just seen how that might work out. On television, if not on Sydney’s shores. In what was a leisurely long weekend for Sydneyites, Harry arrived on Saturday morning, but in the evening, he attended a private function with our Prime Minister, whilst we all gaped at the wonderful fireworks & laser show. then on Sunday, went on to Perth. It is more than 13 hours from Sydney to Dubai, as I and a lot of other travellers have found. Perhaps 3 hours will be shorn off that time. I hope Prince Harry gets there in time.
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