Friday, March 1, 2024

The Swedish Week in Zambia 6-12 December


Sweden and Zambia celebrate 45 years of diplomatic relations and development cooperation this year. The Embassy of Sweden in Lusaka will shed light on this by a variety of activities – during the Swedish Week 6-12 December – encompassing all aspects of Swedish-Zambian relations, such as trade and commercial ties, development cooperation, political dialogue, cultural exchange and more. The Swedish Week further aims at promoting Sweden and Swedish businesses, Swedish policies in various sectors, Swedish openness and Swedish culinary traditions.

On the program are activities such as-

* Swedish movies,

* open doors at the Embassy of Sweden (for the public and media to meet our staff, scrutinise our development cooperation in accordance with the Swedish principle of public access and accountability),

* possibilities to share views on corporate social responsibility (CSR) with Swedish businesses,

* promotion of Innovations Against Poverty (a Swedish program that challenges the private sector to develop products and services to fight poverty and climate change),

* seminars on maternal health and human rights,

* consultative forum on child rights and the private sector,

* exhibition about Sweden as one of the world’s most innovative countries,

* seminars on women in agriculture and about Zambian youth,

* the possibility to get to know more about Swedish literature both for children and adults,

* fund raising for the Dag Hammarskjöld school in Ndola.

* Swedish traditional cooking at the menu at the InterContinental Hotel,

* the Embassy will also launch a Celebratory Publication where the Swedish-Zambian relations over this period are depicted from many angles.

and much more!

Most activities are open to the public and free of charge.


  1. God eftermiddag! Är faktiskt inlägg från min iPhone. Michael Chilufya Sata blir nästa president i Zambia. Håll utkik här.

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