Thursday, June 13, 2013

Princess Caroline of Hanover visits the Republic of Congo

Princess Caroline arrived in the town of kinshasa on 6 June 2013 for a two day visit to The Republic of Congo on behalf of the Printemps des Arts de Monte-Carlo and AMADE. She took this opportunity to visit with Kinshasa's street children and make contact with the local child-protection actors.

She also held a meeting with the head of REEJER. The heiress presumptive to the  Monégasque throne also paid visits to the following organizations:

  • The OSEPER Center (Œuvre de Suivi, Education et Protection de l’Enfant de la Rue), a daytime welcome structure ensuring scholarship, prevention and family reunification.
  • The ORPER Center (Œuvre de Reclassement de et Protection de l’Enfant de la Rue), which welcomes and accomodates children aged 6 to 13 years old and struggles for their family and socio-professional reinsertion.
  • The VTA Center (Vivre et Travailler Autrement), exclusively dedicated to support deprived young girls aged 6 to 18 years old.

To view photos and see more information about the Princess's visit, please visit AMADE's offiical website

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