Prince Harry is following in his late mother Princess Diana’s footsteps with new efforts to shine a spotlight on the ongoing fight against HIV/AIDS.

With over a decade of experience in supporting young people with HIV in Lesotho through his Sentebale charity, the young royal is determined to convene leading figures to ensure that young people get the help they need to live healthy and happy lives.

With thousands of people being diagnosed in the United Kingdom with the virus every year and a growing number of adolescents in South Africa facing the threat, the Prince wants to tackle topics including, testing, treatment and prevention as well as anti-stigma efforts that were famously advocated by the Princess of Wales.

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According to the official royal family website, “Prince Harry believes that greater public awareness of the innovations in both testing and treatment for HIV can help save lives and he wants to do his part.”

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In his first attempt to bring about these efforts, the Prince will hold a star-studded fundraising concert for Sentebale at Kensington Palace Tuesday night, which will be headlined by Coldplay. Also performing will be singer Joss Stone, singer-songwriter Laura Mvula, African-Norwegian duo Nico and Vinz and spoken word artist George Mpanga.

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Next month, Prince Harry “will meet with doctors and nurses who are caring for patients in South London, which is home to one of the highest concentrations of HIV-positive people in Europe. He will also visit an innovative sexual health service that encourages regular testing for HIV and outreach to the partners of newly diagnosed patients.”

Prince Harry previously revealed the important role his mother Princess Di played in helping him create the Sentebale charity to help vulnerable victims of poverty and HIV/AIDS.