HRH PRINCE JOACHIM VISITS DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS IN TANZANIA AND KENYA

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In his role as patron of CARE Danmark, HRH Prince Joachim travels to Tanzania and Kenya from 31 August – 11 September to visit the aid organisation’s development projects. It is the Prince’s 9th trip to CARE Danmark’s program countries.

Prince Joachim visits Tanzania and Kenya to see the organisation’s development projects in areas such as adapting to and mitigating climate change and combating poverty, and to gain a broad insight into the challenges the African continent faces.

The program also includes a meeting with collaborating groups that help reduce poverty in villages and strengthen the position of women in the family and in the community. On Zanzibar, the Prince is, among other things, going to see CARE’s forest projects and the organisation’s work to couple them with the CO2 credit market. 

“As patron for CARE Danmark, I look forward to seeing again with my own eyes the results of the important efforts we make in Africa to create sustainable development among the most vulnerable populations – this time in Tanzania and Kenya,” says Prince Joachim about his upcoming trip.  

Published August 27, 2012

Prince Joachim has been a patron of CARE Danmark since 1989 and has, in this role, travelled to a number of CARE Danmark’s program countries:

2012: Tanzania and Kenya 
2010: Ghana 
2008: Mozambique 
2006: Cambodia and Vietnam 
2004: Niger
1999: Bolivia 
1996: Uganda 
1993: Vietnam 
1991: Nepal

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