Princess of Hanover Solo Visit to Niger

  February 8, 2009 at 6:21 pm by

Princess Caroline in Niger

Click the image to see the photo at AMADE's website

Between February 5th and 7th, Princess Caroline of Hanover and Monaco paid a visit to Niger to vist the projects of her patronage, AMADE (Association Mondiale Des Amis De L’enfance).

AMADE was founded in 1963 by the late Princess Grace of Monaco as an organization to direct her personal efforts to help children in need.  Her Royal Highness of Hanover was elected to the chairmanship in 1993 and has undertaken several trips for the organization in recent years, while actively fundraising for the organization’s efforts.

During this trip, Her Royal Highness visited a health and research centre on sickle-cell disease funded by AMADE, met with school children, and laid the cornerstone for a set of school rooms to encourage education.

More photos available here.

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2 Responses to Princess of Hanover Solo Visit to Niger

  1. H.R.H Sunni says:

    A true humantarian, her mother really would be proud.

  2. Susan Blabla says:

    You are right, HRH Sunni.

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