* Prince Harry visits UNICEF Emergency Operations Center in New York
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During a visit to New York last week, Prince Harry visited the Emergency Operations Centre at UNICEF.
He met with key staff and learnt the effects of emergencies on children globally and what UNICEF does to strategically assist children during these disasters.
The prince to gained an understating of how geospatial mapping is used to co-ordinate relief and rescue after a disaster.
SOUNDBITE (English) Hilde Johnson, UNICEF Deputy Executive Director: "The main issue for us was actually to show the breadth and the depth and the huge scope of UNICEF's Emergency Operations."
During his visit, Prince Harry saw some of the emergency supplies UNICEF sends out to help children caught up in crises.
"School –in-a- box" is a hardy set of equipment that can provide 40 children with educational supplies in the event that there school has been destroyed.
As patron of the charity Map Action, Prince Harry has taken a keen interest in the emergency work of humanitarian organizations.
His visit to UNICEF is a clear indicator of his support for the well being of children, worldwide.