HRH Prince Moulay Rachid shines spotlight on Humanitarian Crisis as UN celebrates its birthday
Rabat, Morocco, October 24, 2007 - Known for his compassionate nature and many philanthropic efforts, His Royal Highness Prince Moulay Rachid took under his wings and denoted the protection of the 62nd United Nations (UN) Day as a part of his humanitarian efforts.
The high-wattage royal with the packed schedule, on the 62nd anniversary of United Nation, inaugurated the exhibition named "The route of the Millennium" to give the opportunity to learn about the issue of charitable trust, how the lack of a cohesive command is affecting the humanitarian efforts and to highlight the pressing humanitarian state that remains.
Challenging the complexities for continuing the humanitarian efforts in the world, His Royal Highness noted that good progress has been made, but the concerns are still devastatingly serious, as every year, more than 10 million children under the age of five die from entirely avoidable deaths.
Echoing the findings of numbers, His Royal Highness declared that the progress need to be made on longer-term strategies in particular in education for children around the world and better support for and investment in children as the future depends on them.
In the course of his mission, His Royal Highness is committed to continue in his long-term support and involvement in humanitarian efforts to secure peace and understanding both nationally and internationally.
The busy month of dynamic royal is barely extraordinary, the Prince furthermore kicked off the high-status Hassan 2 Golf Trophy, the Lalla Meryem Cup and Friendship Cup, which will go on until October 28th 2007.