The hospital was started by Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan, whose first wife Jemima Goldsmith was a friend of the late princess.
Video: Prince William and Kate are treated to a song and dance in Chitral village
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The royal couple played cricket with children and members of Pakistans cricket team at the National Cricket Academy. Their day began with a birthday party at a charitable organization, SOS Childrens Village, and theyll also visit the historic Badshahi mosque.
Video: Prince William and Kate visit Bumburate valley | AFP
Since arriving, the royal couple have been advocates for girls education, visiting a girls school in Islamabad. They addressed climate change while in Pakistans northern region, where glaciers are melting at an alarming rate.
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ISLAMABAD — Prince William and his wife Kate are travelling to Pakistans scenic northern mountains and glaciers, drawing attention to the challenges of climate change in the South Asian nation.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge flew to the city of Chitral, where they were accorded a warm welcome.
Elders from the non-Muslim Kalash community presented them with traditional coats, hats and scarves.
The couple spent time with men, women and children from the Kalash community before enjoying performances of traditional dances and music by local residents.
The visit comes a day after Prince William made a speech at a cultural event in the capital of Islamabad, saying he will visit Chitral to see some of the impacts of climate change — including a melting glacier — as well as meet with local communities faced with the impact of a damaged environment.
Flying from Islamabad to the Hindu Kush, William and Kate visited several inspiring community-led initiatives that aim to equip local society with the tools they need to adjust to the changing landscape and weather patterns of the area and the environmental challenges which are affecting their traditional way of life, according to the Kensington Palace update.
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Pakistans northern areas have witnessed flash floods in recent years, causing damage to property and casualties.
Britains Press Association reported that William and Kate sat on a wall in a village square in the Kalash Valley, surrounded by local children, as they watched a traditional dance.
The couple also visited the village of Bumburet in the Chitral region, which was destroyed by flooding in 2015 and met with survivors of the disaster. The royal pair watched an emergency response drill in which members of the community carried would-be casualties over a river.
Britains Prince William, center, and his wife Kate meet Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan in Islamabad, Pakistan, Tuesday, Oct. 15, 2019. (AP Photo/Muhammed Ahmed)