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Cultural Night at CEMASTEA during Third Country Training Programme for Secondary 2016

Cultural Night at CEMASTEA during Third Country Training Programme for Secondary 2016

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A colourful opening ceremony was recently held to kick off the ''Cultural Night'' at CEMASTEA; graced by TCTP 2016 participants from different region of Africa which included; Tanzania, Lesotho, Namibia, Zimbabwe, Botswana, Malawi, Swaziland and Uganda.


                                                                                Opening dance

The MC Madam Priscilla Ombati started of the ceremony by welcoming everyone to the occasion and introduced the President of the programme, Madam Nesakya Juliet from Uganda who was very grateful on behalf of the participant for the warm stay at CEMASTEA and the efficient training they received form the national trainers.


          Madam Priscilla Ombati, CEMASTEA                                    Madam Nesakya Juliet from Uganda

                                                                                           (President of the TCTP Secondary programme)

The sugiyama hall was packed with an enthusiastic audience who enjoyed dances from various communities; the audience didn’t hesitate to join in the dances with occasional burst of laughter and cheering. The participants displayed their talent and well vast knowledge of their cultures and traditions.


                                                                  BOTSWANA CULTURAL DANCE


                                                                     LESOTHO CULTURAL DANCE


                                                                     MALAWI CULTURAL DANCE


                                                                     NAMIBIA CULTURAL DANCE

                                                                   SWAZILAND CULTURAL DANCE


                                                                    ZIMBABWE CULTURAL DANCE

                                                                    TANZANIA CULTURAL DANCE


                                                                     UGANDA CULTURAL DANCE

In addition, a cultural exhibition of traditional items was show cased which were exchanged among different people who attended the event as gifts.



                                                                       Exchange of gifts photos

The cultural night lasted for about 2 hours, with music and drama performances staged by Third Country Training participants and finally ended with a traditional song led by Mr. Paul Lomosi, CEMASTEA. To top up the night, delicacies from different cultures were served and enjoyed late into the night.

Mr. Lomosi leading a luhya song'Mukangala'


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