PRINCESS CAROLINE'S mission of mercy

de Besombes, Pascale Bourdin-Nathalie
December 2004
Australian Women's Weekly;Dec2004, Vol. 74 Issue 12, p42
Focuses on the visit of Princess Caroline of Hanover to the Philippines as part of her humanitarian mission as president of the non-government charity AMADE Mondiale. Predicament of the Filipino children subjected to poverty discovered by the princess at the Reception and Action Centre and the Manila Youth Reception Centre; Details of her visit to the Subic Bay Naval Base and Clark Air Field Base which are both contaminated by toxic waste; Reason for choosing the country as her first venture in the field.


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