Princess Haya Named Goodwill Ambassador for OIE

  September 25, 2012 at 1:48 am by

Princess Haya bint Al Hussein has been appointed as the Goodwill Ambassador for the World Organisation for Animal Health (OIE).

Princess Haya’s role is to raise worldwide awareness of the World Organisation for Animal Health’s missions and activities. She said, “The OIE’s role in establishing the standards and approach taken to improve animal health globally is crucial, and especially at a time when the world faces the challenges of climate change, globalization and an ever-growing population to feed.

“I am very honored that the OIE has given me this opportunity to play an active role in supporting its efforts to create a better, healthier world for our animals,” she said. OIE Director General Dr Bernard Vallat said, “I know she will make a persuasive advocate for our goal of promoting animal health and welfare worldwide.”

Princess Haya is also Goodwill Ambassador for the World Food Program, the United Nations food agency, and is aUnited Nations Messenger of Peace by UN Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon. HRH is also head of the Fédération Equestre Internationale (FEI) and a member of the International Olympic Committee (IOC).

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2 Responses to Princess Haya Named Goodwill Ambassador for OIE

  1. Halloul hasan says:

    Congratulation princess Haya, wishing you all the best.

  2. No boubt that care about the animals is the peak of
    the compassion which most of the poeple count it silliness
    or arrogance : in islam it’s kind of charity
    in time other religions and the western poeple consider
    animals’ care main part of their life.
    such a wonderfull example her highness.

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