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Film: Impression of Her Royal Highness Princess Máxima’s visit to Tanzania

Apr 21, 2010


In her role as UN Secretary General’s Special Advocate for Inclusive Finance for Development the Princess visited three PharmAccess’ programs.

On the morning of April 8th the Health Insurance Fund and PharmAccess had the honor of welcoming Her Royal Highness Princess Máxima to the PRIDE office in the Temeke district in Dar es Salaam to launch the Health Insurance Fund program. The Princess in her role as UN Secretary General’s Special Advocate for Inclusive Finance for Development launched the program by handing out the first official insurance cards to three entrepreneurs of the micro credit organization PRIDE who recently enrolled in the program.

The Princess was in Tanzania  to view firsthand PharmAccess’ innovative health improvement programs. Besides the launch of the Health Insurance Fund program for the members of PRIDE, Her Royal Highness visited the Mission Mbagala clinic that has applied for a loan by the Medical Credit Fund. Both funds have been initiated by PharmAccess. And last on the program was a visit to the Kilwa Road hospital. This hospital has been fully upgraded by PharmAccess for the HIV/AIDS Workplace program for the Tanzanian uniformed forces to help fight the enormous problem of HIV/AIDS in Tanzania.  

Her presence made this festive day complete. At all three locations a crowd of people witnessed her arrival. Click on the video below to get an impression of the Princess’ visit.

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