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A charity founded by Prince Harry and Prince Seeiso that gives hope to children and young people affected by HIV in Lesotho and Botswana.
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AIDS 2018 Jun 5
What can you expect from this year? Watch the conference Co-Chairs and discuss what's in store at the world's largest conference on and AIDS in this July.
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@Sentebale Jul 13
The Sentebale ISPS Handa Polo Cup will help raise funds and awareness for our work in southern Africa, supporting children and young people affected by .
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@Sentebale Jul 13
We're delighted to announce that our Co-Founding Patron The Duke of Sussex will take part in the Sentebale ISPS Handa Polo Cup at the Royal County of Berkshire Polo Club on Thursday 26th July.
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@Sentebale Jul 12
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For one night only, every ticket sold to the performance of HAMILTON at the Victoria Palace theatre on Wednesday 29th August will raise money for .
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@Sentebale Jul 12
Exciting news! Sentebale is partnering with the record breaking musical HAMILTON, to raise vital funds and awareness towards our work with children & young people affected by HIV in southern Africa.
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@Sentebale Jul 10
"Since I attended camp, I realised that I was not the only young person on ARVs, and I have realised the importance of taking my medication so that I could live longer – even than some people who are not infected with HIV." - Jwaneng (16-year-old girl)
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@Sentebale Jul 9
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The Duke's participation at will advance the ambition of Sentebale's advocacy programme Let Youth Lead; a platform for youth to drive positive change in HIV interventions that better support the needs of their generation
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@Sentebale Jul 9
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During his two-day visit The Duke will meet with young people, partner organisations and key influential leaders in the response
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@Sentebale Jul 9
The Duke of Sussex will attend The International in Amsterdam on Monday 23rd and Tuesday 24th July, in his capacity as Patron of
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Kensington Palace Jul 9
The Duke of Sussex, Patron of , will attend the International in Amsterdam on Monday 23rd and Tuesday 24th July :
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@Sentebale Jul 4
At Sentebale we support children across a range of interventions, from prevention of HIV right through to adherence to treatment
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@Sentebale Jul 2
This is what a youth-centered approach to sexual health education looks like! At , this is how we ensure young people at risk of and living with HIV can protect themselves and each other in future 🙌
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@Sentebale Jun 28
A huge thank you to for supporting yesterday, helping us reach thousands of children and young people affected by in southern Africa.
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Chris Jackson Jun 24
Fantastic to see the Mamohato Children’s Centre properly ‘bedded in’ after last being here for the opening a few years ago - The building built by for residential camps for vulnerable and HIV positive children feels like a special and homely place for the children
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Chris Jackson Jun 24
Just finished an incredible trip to beautiful Lesotho with - So fantastic to see the children still using the instant cameras I bought out a few years ago to make their camp newspaper! Massive thanks to and for the continued support 🙏🏻
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@Sentebale Jun 17
Sentebale is supporting children and young people affected by HIV in southern Africa to achieve the 90-90-90 targets:
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PEPFAR Jun 14
We are at an unprecedented moment in history – we have opportunity to control a pandemic without a vaccine or a cure, laying groundwork to . investments are accelerating access to prevention & treatment.
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@Sentebale Jun 15
84% of adolescents with HIV are living in southern Africa. That’s why the work our Let Youth Lead advocates are doing to drive change in policy that better supports their generation is so important. Find out more at
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@Sentebale Jun 13
Our work in southern Africa is possible thanks to a team of specially trained volunteers, who support the physical and mental health of children and young people affected by
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@Sentebale Jun 8
All smiles at a breakfast meeting in Botswana earlier this week, where we updated attendees (including Botswana's First Lady, Mrs Neo Masisi and British High Commissioner Ms Katy Ransome), about progress in our work supporting young people living with
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