Norwegian Crown Princess Mette-Marit was Monday awarded the country's Plussprisen prize for her efforts to combat HIV/AIDS. The prize - announced in connection with World AIDS day - was awarded by the Norwegian group HivNorway that was formed to safeguard the rights and interests of people infected and affected by HIV, the virus that causes AIDS.
The princess is a goodwill ambassador for the joint United Nations programme, UNAIDS
Congratulations to Mette Merit! This award is well-deserved. She has done a lot of good work in helping those with HIV/AIDS to live better-quality lives. I have always admired the work she has done in this field.