Grand Duchess Maria Teresa in Kenya
Grand Duchess Maria Teresa of Luxembourg finished her African visit with a trip to Kenya, where she spoke at the opening of “Diagnostic to Action: Microfinance in Africa” in Nairobi.
The Grand Duchess was in Burundi as UNICEF’s Eminent Advocate for Children, a post also held by Queen Rania of Jordan, but was in Kenya representing Luxembourg, as the patron of the Luxembourgish Appui au Développement Autonome/Support for Autonomous Development organisation.
She also performed on their behalf personal visits to female micro-entrepreneurs of Kenya.
Moving away from the area of economic assisstance, the Grand Duchess spent the last part of her trip ibeing shown around the DREAM (Drug Resource Enhancement against AIDs and Malnutrition) Centre.
For more information, please see this thread.
For more information on the Grand Duchess’s visit to Burundi, please see this post.Filed under Luxembourg Royals
Tagged Children, Grand Duchess Maria Teresa, HIV/AIDS, Kenya, Microfinance, Official Visit, UNICEF.
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