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SWAHILI DAY Saturday, 7th June, 2014 Print E-mail
The Embassies of Kenya, Tanzania, Rwanda and Democratic Republic of Congo are going to hold a Swahili Day cultural event on Saturday 7th  June, 2014 in Stockholm.

Venue: Bergshamra Skola, Hjortstigen 1, Bergshamra Solna.
Time: From 13.00 hrs to 20.00 hrs
The purpose of the day is to bring together various events with the aim of celebrating and informing people about the richness of the Swahili culture. Activities will include brief speeches, poetry, music and dance, display of Swahili foodstuff, fashion and literature.

We believe that promoting interaction and exchanges between different cultures creates an added avenue for enriching cultural diversity and understanding.

It is against this background that the Heads of Missions of these Embassies extend their invitation to this occasion.

Kindly note that attendance is open. 

Dress code - Khanga / Kitenge/ Kikoi,/ Kanzu
Last Updated ( Tuesday, 15 April 2014 )
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