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Two Afghan girls painting

Turquoise Mountain are exhibiting at the Smithsonian Gallery. The exhibition, Artists Transforming Afghanistan, is a unique exhibition telling the story of Afghanistan's contemporary artistic culture through the voices of Afghan artisans leading its revival. Artisans from Murad Khani are bringing the exhibition to life by demonstrating their art, sharing their experiences, and allowing visitors to encounter Afghanistan’s art and culture first-hand.

In Kind Direct has won the silver award for the 'Best Management of a Programme' in conjunction with product donor at the 2016 Corporate Engagement Awards.In Kind Direct is one of The Prince’s Charities. Its purpose is to inspire product giving for social good by re-distributing usable products donated by some of the UK’s best known manufacturers and retailers to charities working in the UK and abroad.

A 15th century barn painted bright blue in Viscri in Romania

Launched by The Prince of Wales on 2 June 2015 and based in Viscri, central Romania, 'The Prince of Wales's Foundation Romania' (Fundatia Printul de Wales), PWFR, is an educational charity which supports architectural heritage preservation, farming and sustainable development in Romania. The main goal of the charity is to bring skills and knowledge to rural communities to support local people and help them to become employable.

Launched in Malta at the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting

The Prince of Wales with Her Excellency Marie-Louise Coleiro Preca, The President of Malta

His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales has launched Prince’s Trust International, the global extension of the UK’s leading youth charity in Malta. The Prince joined Her Excellency Marie-Louise Coleiro Preca, The President of Malta at a special reception at the Palace of the Grandmaster, Valletta during the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting.

People's Postcode Lottery

People’s Postcode Lottery has announced an award of £525,000 from the players to The Prince of Wales’s Charitable Foundation (PWCF). Money from the players of People’s Postcode Lottery will be used specifically to create more opportunities for young people affected by homelessness, unemployment and deprivation to gain the practical skills and self-confidence to achieve their goals.

60 Young People from the Commonwealth to receive leadership award

The Queen's Young Leaders logo

The Queen Elizabeth Diamond Jubilee Trust, which works closely with The Prince of Wales's Charitable Foundation, has announced that 60 young people from across the Commonwealth who are being recognised as exceptional leaders in their community will receive the first ever Queen's Young Leaders Award.