تبرع الأمير هارى وزوجته الأميرة ميجان ، باسم نجلهما أرشي، للمساعدة على تنفيذ مشروع إنشاء حمامات سباحة في خليج جوينجاتا بموزمبيق ، لتعليم السكان المحليين السباحة.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex donated in the name of Archie to help realize an ambitious project: Building a swimming pool in Guinjata Bay, Mozambique, to teach locals to swim. The resort town is home to one of the most picturesque coastlines in the world, but the area has seen an average of 12 drownings a year that could easily be avoided if local children—many of whom grow up to be fishermen—were taught how to swim and be safe in open waters. At present, 90 percent of the local population is unable to swim. Adam Knight, a swim coach and partner with marine conservation non-profit Love the Oceans, had been running a JustGiving.com fundraiser for almost a month and was still £4,350 ($5,440) away from their target of £5,000 ($6,250). Duchess Meghan came across the page after browsing their most recent Instagram posts and wanted to help them reach their goal. The staff were "blown away" by the donation when it appeared in mid-August, but were unsure of who the mystery donor—simply named "Archie HMW"—was. Some wondered whether it was from the Sussexes after the couple pledged support for the charity on their Instagram account in August. "I said to my colleague, 'That has to be Harry and Meghan,'" Knight says. "We made some calls and were able to verify that it was from them, which is just incredible. Without that donation and support this would not be happening."
وتعد البلدة موطناً لواحد من أكثر السواحل الخلابة في العالم ، لكن المنطقة شهدت ما يعادل 12 عملية غرق في العام، يمكن تجنبها بسهولة إذا تم تعليم الأطفال المحليين - وكثير منهم يكبرون صيادين - كيفية السباحة وتكون آمنة في المياه المفتوحة، ففي الوقت الحالي ، 90٪ من السكان المحليين غير قادرين على السباحة.