On November 8, 2011, The Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall visited the island of Zanzibar. Despite the humidity and unbearable heat the royal couple were all smiles when they visited the capital of Stone Town. As the people celebrated their arrival local dancers, well, danced and soon the Prince of Wales and the Duchess joined in on the fun.
After that was all over it was time to move on and tour the lovely city. So, what did they do and see? Well, the visited the House of Wonders and the Kizimbani Spice Plantation, and read to the youth from the Unguja Urban North Teacher’s Resource Centre. Later on in the early evening the royal couple attended a garden party in their honor in Dar es Salaam.
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On November 8, 2011, H.R.H. Princess Maxima of the Netherlands was in Den Haag where she participated in the opening of the European Office of The Sustainability Consortium (TSC) held at the Pulchri Studio in Den Haag.
So what is the TSC and its purpose? Well…
TSC is on organization of independent producers and suppliers of consumer products. The objective is to ensure the sustainability of the production chain based on scientific methods and research. source
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On November 8, 2011, H.R.H. Princess Mathilde visited the House of Parenting in Péruwelz. In the afternoon, she visited the de Bakermat in Leuven. The House of Parenting encourages a process of co-education among parents of children 0-3 years old and social workers, for the development of the child. A collaboration with Le Galion, a unit of Family Education of Péruwelz CPAS, provides services to disadvantaged families.