Prince Albert II of Monaco visits to Haiti February, 2013

In his scheduled visit of February 15, 2013 Prince Albert II of Monaco will spent a full day in Haiti. This Friday when he visits he will discuss with President Michel Martelly on the fight against HIV/AIDS and later the prince will inaugurate Prince Albert II de Monaco kindergarten and elementary school.


Prince Albert II de Monaco School since opening its doors in October 2012 now has a population of 160 children. The institution is funded by a collective humanitarian of Monaco "Monaco Collectif Haiti" and the body will continue to support the school until 2015. The school is hosting children who in one way or another are disadvantaged.

The prince is also scheduled to meet other dignitaries. Dr. Jean-William Pape heads the country's center for fight against HIV/AIDS and is on the Prince's list of people to meet. M. Alain Merieux, Michaelle Jean the UNESCO special Envoy. MS Chantal Morena the Representative of the International Organization of the Francophonie will also have a word with the visiting Prince.

On his diary, Prince Albert will finalize with a visit to United Nations Mission for Stabilization in Haiti Premises.

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