The Queen of Spain began her final day in Paraguay at the Bañado Sur Family Attention Centre accompanied by First Lady, Silvana López.
The Centre is dedicated to the prevention, care, and dignity of victims of sexual violence and trafficking, located in one of the territories of the poverty belt of Asuncion. During the Queen's visit, she held a working meeting with representatives of the NGOs participating in the project and toured some of the facilities.
Subsequently, Her Majesty went to the 'Juan de Salazar' Cultural Centre of Spain (CCEJS). It is a benchmark for cultural activities in the centre of Asunción. After receiving explanations from the director of the Centre, the Queen saw a performance by 'Alas Abiertas', toured an exhibition of handicrafts made by indigenous people and visited the Centre's library and the 'Josefina y Julián' Museum. The visit concluded with a meeting with the participants of the Centre's workshops.
The Queen also had the opportunity to visit the Entrepreneur Training Centre whose objective is to reduce the barriers that people encounter through training, technical assistance with state-of-the-art tools, support and advice for youth-oriented formalisation. The Queen also toured the Textile and Clothing Centre, whose workshops and training rooms are located within the facilities of the Entrepreneur Training Centre.
The Cooperation trip ended with a working lunch hosted in honour of Her Majesty, by President Mario Abdo, and First Lady Silvana López, of Paraguay, at the Residential Palace.
Queen Letizia wore a crisp white cotton shirt with a concealed placket. It appears to be the same one she first wore inAugust 2018 when visiting King Juan Carlos in hospital. She teamed it with khaki trousers and a python print belt. I will update the post if the pieces are identified.
On her feet she wore her Panama Jack 'Phoebe' Boots.