After work with SweZam and special guests, Monday 7th of June at 6 pm

I am glad to invite you members of the Swedish-Zambian Association to an After Work with two special guests from our project in Zambia, Lisa Kafwanka and Annette Musonda from Youth club 1.

They are here in an exchange project between Zambian and Swedish youths and will now come to Stockholm to tell us about there experiences from there time in Sweden. And of course we want to get the chance to see them, now when they are this close to our hometown.  

Come, get something to eat or have a drink together, get to know Lisa and Annette and listen to there story.

We meet at 6 pm at restaurant Jebena – at Kungsklippan in Stockholm.

Observe that this After Work is in a different restaurant!

Take the subway to T-Rådhuset, be seated in the end of the train from the central station (T-centralen) and exit towards Kungsklippan (I think it is called)!

Länk till Restaurant Jebena »www.restaurantjebena.com

Welcome! We hope to see you all there!

// Åsa, Staffan och Eva

One Comment

  1. lisa kafwamka
    Posted 21 december 2010 at 9:07 f m | Permalink

    I really had a nice and educative time in sweden. The programme was called youth partners in development (YPD)it was a very nice and wounderful programme, it really helped alot of people to break boarders in different cultures and also to learn about different cultures from three different parts of the world.the theme for ypd 2010 was HIV/AIDS PREVENTION AND ENTERPRENUERSHIP.Haing observed that HIV/AIDS is not a big problem in sweden my team and i decided to intergrate foreign students who found it very hard to get intergrated in the swedish society.i was located in ostersund in the north of sweden and i was doing my volutary work at a school,the students were in the age range of 15-20.And they came from different parts of the world e,g iraq,somalia,afghanstin,ethopia e.t.c and most of them came because of war.So has YPD ostersund we came up with activities that helped them to get intergrated activities like(bowling,swimming leasons,cooking swedish foods,swedish folk dance leasons)the students really liked working with us and they were very willing to corperate with us.it was really a big challenge and espeacially the most of them would not speak english but all in all we made.above all i finally got the chance to meet the swezam board in stockholm it was really a nice experience and it has really changed my life in many ways. tack sa myket..
    lisa zambia….

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