With Hat and hair to Africa – SOS Children’s villages take part in the Embassy event hat, or an elaborate hairstyle if helmet, beret, Cap, scarf, hood, Fez, hood, Crown. Head coverings have a meaning in many countries of this world: fashion statement, political protest, ruler icon, Sun protection, religious matter. This year the participating embassies to the motto with Hat and hair present Embassy event in Berlin and 60 years SOS Children’s villages! International headdress and what’s behind them”their national headwear and hairstyles. To many embassies across Berlin to offer a culinary and cultural programme. Tourist information is provided like spot. On the Embassy world tour also Barbara Schoeneberger, President of the vacation country Opodien is. Berlin should ensure the country sedan and a travelling and rousing Samba band.
The opodische delegation will come also to the messages with the SOS Children’s villages and not only ensures high spirits, but has mostly Surprises for travel-happy people in the luggage. The SOS Children’s villages will be represented Jamaica and Lesotho in the embassies of Ethiopia, Sri Lanka, Nicaragua, El Salvador, Guatemala, Kenya, Madagascar, Panama, Zimbabwe, Zambia, Nepal, Niger, with a stand. SOS Children’s villages and Africa – Embassy of Lesotho, the Kingdom of the heavens”in southern Africa has prepared an exciting program for the whole family. Here you can discover how the Mokorotlo hat of the Basotho people became a national symbol. He can be seen on the flag of the country. There are stories about the Basotho hat and his connection to the resting place of the first King, and the elders of the land. In addition, traditional prizes can be obtained at the SOS Children’s villages raffle. The proceeds of the raffle will go directly to the SOS Children’s village in Lesotho.
This includes the Embassy offers free snacks and drinks to try. Wo-wir-helfen/Afrika/Pages/default.aspx SOS – Children’s villages and Africa – Embassy of Kenya experience you the rich and diverse culture of Kenya. In Kenya, there are 42 ethnic groups with different clothing styles, some with special headgear. Today however Western wear to most Kenyans. The Maasai, Samburu, Turkana and Pokot ethnic groups especially in the rural areas have received but their traditional clothes during festivities. There are special headdress, which indicate religious affiliation, in coastal areas and in the North-East. This is worn the Kitenge. Let RIP with culture, food, music and the warmth of the Kenyan population. Kenya was one of the first countries where an SOS Children’s village was built and is a competent partner in the anniversary year. Wo-wir-helfen/Afrika/Pages/default.aspx participants it following 24 embassies and the European House said to: Ethiopia, Bolivia, El Salvador, Guatemala, Indonesia, Iraq, Jamaica, Kenya, Kyrgyzstan, Lesotho, Luxembourg, Madagascar (in Falkensee), Malaysia, Mali, Malta, Myanmar, Nicaragua, Niger, Zambia, Zimbabwe, the Slovak Cultural Institute, Slovenia, Sri Lanka, Panama, Venezuela and the European House. More information about the program and to the topic with Hat and hair”in these countries under. You can easily go on the world tour of the Embassy in Berlin: you need only the free FESTIVAL PASS.