Prince Harry has stated he’s discovered it “troubling” to find “durability” amid the pandemic, in a message tape-recorded for his charity Senetable.
Prince Harry has found it” challenging” to discover” strength” amid the pandemic.
The 35-year-old royal has stated the continuous worldwide health crisis has been a “challenging experience” for “many”, as he explained that people have been “digging deep to find resilience” to continue through the pandemic.
Speaking in a video message for his Sentebale charity to mark the Opening Event of the AIDS 2020 Conference, he stated: ”This years theme is resilience, something all of us around the globe have understood, specifically in recent months. For many, digging deep to find that resilience has been a challenging experience.”
Sentebale supports young people with HIV, and Harry also discussed that the “resilience” of those experiencing the condition has actually been “inspiring”.
He added: ”For those who have been affected by HIV and AIDS, the examples of resilience within one’s self and the community, have been felt and fostered for decades.
”At Sentebale we see the resilience of young people every single day, which is why I’ve been inspired each day, since founding the non-profit organisation with Prince Seesio in 2006.”
The royal praised those being help by the charity as ”role models”, as he said they have learned to ”recover” regardless of facing problems.
In the video – which was shared on Twitter – he explained: ”As you’re about to see, these young people are about to speak out, chasing justice, as role models to their peers, support HIV prevention and challenge limiting systems in the hope of a more inclusive and accepting environment for all.
”And when they face set-backs, they not only push back, but bounce back. They are resilience personified. We all succeed when they are empowered.”
Harry co-founded Sentebale with Prince Seeiso of Lesotho in 2006 to enhance potential prospects for young people coping with HIV and AIDS, and the organisation has actually since provided adolescent-friendly HIV screening and counselling services to more than 21,000 people.