Queen Letizia started her first day of cooperation visit to Mozambique with a visit to the Manhiça Health Center and the Health Research Center of Manhiça (CISM).
Founded in 1996, CISM is a non-profit organisation working to improve the health of people living in the most vulnerable areas.
Queen Letizia during the tour of the centre.
The organization was the winner of Princess of Asturias 2008 award and works as an intermediate between Spain and Africa with permanent collaborations with the Hospital Clínic and ISGlobal.
The centre carries out biomedical research in health and medicine areas. During the visit, Queen Letizia toured the area of the Microbiology laboratory, where she received an explanation about the CISM and its activities.
The visit ended with a working meeting in which the programs on malaria and tuberculosis were presented.
Letizia stood for a group photograph with the staff of the centre.
For the day, surprising the royal fashion world, Queen Letizia chose to repeat the looks she wore in May 2018 during Haiti Cooperation Visit.
She was wearing a pale pink fluid jacket with a matching loose Pajama from Spanish high-street brand Intropia.
Underneath the jacket, Letizia wore rose nude top from Zara that she also wore in May 2018.
She once again paired the outfit with pink leather Moccasins from Uterqüe. Made of cowhide the stylish pair features a golden chain on the front.
Her simple diamond studs once again finished the look.