Princess Mary attended Hack4Girls hackathon Symposium at Papirhalen

On November 7, 2017, As the patron of Maternity Foundation, Crown Princess Mary of Denmark attended Hack4Girls - Hackathon Symposium held at Papirhalen in Copenhagen, Denmark. The symposium is held for the purpose of finding solutions to the problems experienced by refugee girls and women.
Maternity Foundation, Crown Princess Mary. Atea Future Growth, UNFPA. Princess wore dark pants and top
Maternity Foundation, Crown Princess Mary. Atea Future Growth, UNFPA. Princess wore dark pants and top
Maternity Foundation, Crown Princess Mary. Atea Future Growth, UNFPA. Princess wore dark pants and top
Maternity Foundation, Crown Princess Mary. Atea Future Growth, UNFPA. Princess wore dark pants and top
Maternity Foundation, Crown Princess Mary. Atea Future Growth, UNFPA. Princess wore dark pants and top
Hack4Girls is an initiative that focuses on the difficulties of women and girls who have been forced to migrate from Sub-Saharan Africa and that aims to raise the awareness of public about gender based violence, HIV infection, unwanted pregnancy, mother deaths, forced early marriage, smuggling and rape.
Maternity Foundation, Crown Princess Mary. Atea Future Growth, UNFPA. Princess wore dark pants and top
Hack4Girls - Hackathon is held for the purpose of finding a solution that will facilitate the access to the technological services to be established for the needs of refugee girls and women. The winner team will receive an international support of 25.000 DKK in order to develop the solutions more.
Maternity Foundation, Crown Princess Mary. Atea Future Growth, UNFPA. Princess wore dark pants and top
Maternity Foundation, Save The Children - Denmark, United Nations Population Fund - UNFPA, the Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Atea Future Growth and Microsoft cooperate for Hack4Girls - Hackathon initiative.
Maternity Foundation, Crown Princess Mary. Atea Future Growth, UNFPA. Princess wore dark pants and top
Maternity Foundation, Crown Princess Mary. Atea Future Growth, UNFPA. Princess wore dark pants and top

1 comment:

  1. Very hard working and always appropriate in her level of engagement and behaviour (not overly smiley but aware of the nature of the event, which can be quite sad and challenging). The black outfit seems to have some nice touches around the top half but hard to see, the shoes break up the all black nicely.

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